Fabulous Fall Foliage

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in LandscapePlants

As sorry as I am to see the summer go by, I can’t help but to love the cooler temperatures of fall replacing the hot days of summer. There is something to be said about the changing of the seasons. Even the biggest summer fans have to admit there is something exciting about seeing the […]

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How to Spot Common Plant Diseases

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in Lawn & GardenPlants

Where do plant diseases begin? Most people think plant diseases emerge from one singular cause, but actually they are caused by what plant pathologists call the “plant disease triangle.” Basically, the “plant disease triangle” is three factors coming together: 1) a susceptible host plant, 2) a pathogen (fungi or bacteria that causes disease) and 3) […]

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The Enchanted Garden: Miniature Fairy Gardens

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in Lawn & GardenPlants

Over the past few years, fairy gardens have become quite popular. Maybe the interest was spurred on by the Harry Potter series, the ever present Disney fairies or the more adult mystical characters found in Avatar, the Hobbit or the Game of Thrones. An interest in the fairy folks has always run through Celtic history. […]

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The Allure of Succulents

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in Plants

Succulents are a favorite at Bucks Country Gardens. I often see families as they enter our greenhouse walk directly over to our succulent display before heading over to greet our birds: Blue, the Macaw and Freddie, the Parrot. Succulents are easy to care for plants that store water in juicy tissues. But perhaps what grabs […]

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Are Japanese Beetles Bugging You?

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in Lawn & GardenPlants

>Anyone who knows me knows that I cannot handle the sight of bugs. And if you’re one of the few who didn’t already know, the hoots and hollers coming from my desk when something buzzes about would certainly give my phobia away. Right now, the mere thought of creepy crawlers has me twitching with anxiety […]

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