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,  September .... fall is near                                                      

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Let's get ready for Fall birds ...

  If you have spent the long hot Summer watching Hummingbirds and Butterflies it's time to get your garden ready for the birds of Fall. Some you won't have even noticed. But, all sorts of birds have been visiting your Summer garden and will stay around all year. Most often they are the seed and fruit-eating birds like Cardinals, Finches, Sparrows, Doves, Blue Jays, Orioles, Robins, and Woodpeckers.
 
     What happens in Fall really started in Spring when you planted your flower beds. And what you do with those plants in the Fall is what will help and keep your birds around.
 
     If you planted Marigolds, Zinnias, Cosmos, Sunflowers, Oriental Poppies, Blackeye Susans and Coneflowers you have grown nature's bird feeder. In the Fall do you put out pots of Mums and have a few Dandelions still growing in the grass? Leaving dead flowers on all of these plants will provide needed seeds for hungry birds fatting up for Winter.

     Planting blackberry, blueberry and raspberry bushes provide a tasty treat for your breakfast and berries left on the bushes at the end of the season is a great treat for your birds. As the leaves start to fall leave some on the ground for birds to find worms and bugs. They will also use leaves to line birdhouses, roosting boxes and nesting in hollow trees to keep warm. 

     Be sure to clean out seed feeders from the Summer and wash birdbaths. By mid-October, the Hummingbirds will be on their way South so remove one feeder (if you had two out) and plan to remove your second feeder when you no longer see Hummingbirds stopping by for a drink.

Fall is a beautiful time of the year to build a fire, add a mug of apple cider, kick back and enjoy the birds!  Remember Winter will be knocking at your door soon!


 

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Our Featured Wreathmaker                                                            of the month

A dear fellow crafter Beverly Parker Ham, a real Texas gal sent Yesteryear a sample of her latest wreaths and we are sharing them for your Fall decorating. Be sure to visit her Etsy shop anniessweetwreaths.etsy.com to see all of her work. Just click on the above link and enjoy!

 

Adding a new page

We will be adding a new page to our web site to provide information on making wreaths, centrepieces and door decor plus where to find supplies. Below is one of the pieces 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.... Fall is near

Wooden signs and rag dolls are always fun.

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