Welcome to Yesteryear Country Store

Our attention to quality has made us a gift shop leader. At Yesteryear Country Store the customer always comes first, and we constantly strive to exceed your expectations! With our wide range of gifts, you're sure to find exactly what you're looking for.

Our country primitive store in Bowling Green, KY, has a year-round Christmas section that has old time tin ornaments and Coca-Cola tree trims. You will also find roosters, apples, funny wooden signs, Raggedy Ann & Andy dolls, jams, jellies, honey and Cowboy Candy. Plus Silver rings set with beautiful gemstones from around the world. Come step back in time with us.

       We are working on our website and it is far from complete - we are a work in progress. Tell us what you think about our site, what we offer and what you would like to see us add. Send us an e-mail at yesteryear09@yahoo.com. Like us on Facebook, follow us on Pinterest,  check out our blog: rememberingyesteryear.com and thanks for stopping by.

Our little store is like stepping back in time. Filled with old-time goodies that are perfect for the country-prim home and those who love the primitive look.

 

    A rag doll shows off our collection of country jams and jellies all Amish made. 

 

    We also have relishes, butters, pickles, and salsas, locally made, from old, old Kentucky recipes. Such country favourites as Corn Relish, Green Tomato Pickles, Farmer's Market Corn Salsa, Pear Butter, Pickled Beets, Sweet Pepper Relish, Squash Pickles, Jalapeno Relish, Apple Butter,  Black Bean Salsa, Watermelon Pickles, Moonshine Jelly and a lot more.

    Come in for a taste!     

 

    Please note: At this time we are unable to ship Jam, Jelly or Relishes.......

       Maybe soon.                          

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Barn wood birdhouses and oven kitchen towels add charm to any home.

Large wooden signs and wooden boxes give a delightful country look.

Collectable Tin canisters

add a perfect touch to your kitchen with smaller signs for an accent.

Welcome, April .....the hopeful                                   month of the year ...... 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bring more         

       Bluebirds

             to your

                    yard

Ever since Judy Garland sang 'Over the Rainbow' Bluebirds have been a part of our lives. Just think about having one on your shoulder. This sweet bird is a back yard favourite all across America. There are three types: The Eastern Bluebird, the Western Bluebird and the Mountain Bluebird.

 

From Florida, all the way up the East coast and West to the Rockies, Eastern Bluebirds are found year round.  They are the state bird of New York and Missouri. Bring them to your backyard and adding more is easy with a little help.

 

In the Spring put out a Bluebird house. These houses are sold just about everywhere. Find then is stores, online and from local craftsmen who make and sell them at craft shows. They are of a certain style and will be sold as a Bluebird house. It is important to put these houses out in March because Eastern Bluebirds start to nest for their first brood that month. Bluebirds will usually have 2 broods a year. Their young will stay around and often help with the second brood adding more Bluebirds to your yard.  

 

During the Spring and Summer, Bluebirds will eat insects, spider, worms, berries, lizards, tree frogs and fruit. Water is important as Bluebirds love to have a drink and take baths. Add a birdbath to your yard or a shallow dishpan filled with water and placed in a warm sunny spot. 

  

In the Winter some Eastern Bluebirds will head South if the temperature stays below 1 degree and there are no wild berries to eat. Putting out a platform feeder or pie pan nailed to your deck rail to use as a feeder will help the Bluebird make it through Winter. Fill feeders with mealworms (found wherever bird seed is sold), peanut hearts, fruit and suet.

 

During the Winter months, Bluebirds will keep warm by using roosting boxes, birdhouses and in trees holes made by Woodpeckers. If Winter is not too cold Bluebirds will use nesting boxes to keep warm. It is important to clean out birdhouses, roosting boxes and nesting boxes by early October. Keeping the Bluebird warm during the Winter and providing food will keep them in your yard for years to come. And, maybe, one Summer day a Bluebird will light on your shoulder! 

  

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We will be adding a new page to our web site to provide information on wreath making and supplies. Below are a few of the wreaths we have in our store.  Come in and see them all.

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Visit Yesteryear Country Store's profile on Pinterest.

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Take a tour of our store at Christmas time by visiting our Christmas page.............

Where to Find Us:

Yesteryear Country Store

 Flea Land, Bowling Green, Ky

Store 54 - 55

1100 Three Springs Road
Bowling Green, KY 42104

Open: Sat & Sun 9 to 5

Email: yesteryear09@yahoo.com

Phone: 270 791-1241

What's New

Please visit our Blog Page....

rememberingyesteryear.com

 Stop in our store for your decorating needs....from  decorating your home for Easter to saying Hello Spring!

Wooden signs and rag dolls are always fun.

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