Planting 101 – VLOG

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in LandscapeLawn & GardenPlants

That’s right. Bucks Country Gardens is doing its first VLOG (video blog)! The planting bug is contagious. We were itching to start planting our trees, perennials, and shrubs. But, with a little guidance, planting can be a breeze. Planting 101 will layout the essential steps for planting success. Enjoy! Let’s Dig In! Before you begin […]

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Q & A: Cool Season Veggies & Unpredictable Weather – Is It Too Early to Plant My Cool Season Vegetables?

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in Lawn & GardenPlants

The temperature has been closely related to Katy Perry’s song lyrics, “hot and then cold… up and then down.” One day we are wearing shorts soaking up sun and the next we have ten layers on shoveling snow. Wacky weather has put some hesitation in our minds about planting our cool season vegetables. I’ve been […]

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5 Easy-to-Grow Indoor Succulents

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in Plants

Succulents are a trendy decorative addition to any home. This diverse group of plants offers endless color variations, as well as low maintenance options for your indoor space. Most plants need a wet environment to survive, but succulents are able to store water for longer periods of time. This ability makes succulents practical to grow […]

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Garden Calendar Series – March, April & May

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in Lawn & GardenPlants

Every year I find myself searching the vast reaches of the internet looking for new monthly garden “to do’s,” ESPECIALLY in the off months of late winter. We have created a basic calendar for March, April, and May that goes over the most common garden “to do’s.” Hopefully it can save you some search time, […]

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Insect Control Begins Now

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in Lawn & GardenPlants

It’s hard to think about insect control in winter, but don’t forget the havoc these tiny creatures can bring to your garden – defoliating leaves, contaminating produce, even destroying complete plants. Before these pests begin to be a problem is the perfect time to take steps to control them. Why Winter Control? Late winter is […]

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