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How to Deal with Weird Weather in Your Area of the Country

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Weather extremes can be tough to deal with. These regional gardening tips will help you keep your garden looking its best -- no matter what the weather.

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Midwest Gardening: Terrific Plants for Challenging Conditions

Hardy, adaptable plants have earned their places in Midwestern gardens. They flourish through storm and drought, rewarding gardeners with their great beauty.

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Desert Gardening: Dealing with Severe Weather

Lowe’s Southwest gardening expert offers strategies to combat severe weather in desert gardens.

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Gulf Coast Gardening: Train Your Yard for the Toughest Storms

The summer storm season is upon us in the Gulf Coast. A few simple preparations now will help your landscape look its best and make any cleanup a snap.

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Mid-Atlantic Gardening: Winter Damage Survival Guide

Discover tips for avoiding winter damage on plants. Learn about own-root roses, Endless Summer hydrangeas, and other hardy plants for Mid-Atlantic winters.

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Mountain Gardening: Help Your Garden Bounce Back from Hail

The secret to gardening in the Mountain region is planting a landscape that bends but doesn’t break. Here are tips for creating a hail-resistant garden.

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Northeast Gardening: Dealing with Wicked Weather

When the weather is wild, which plants can take the extremes? Lowe’s Northeast garden expert shares some examples.

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Northwest Gardening: Dealing with Wild Weather

Protect your plants from cold, wind, hail, and sleet with these tips from Lowe’s Northwest region garden contributor.

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Southeast Gardening: Beating Fickle Weather

Whether it’s too hot, too cold, abnormally dry or soggy beyond reason, fickle weather needs to be faced head-on. Here are some tips for Southeast gardeners.

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South Central Gardening: Beating Extreme Weather

From icy conditions to extreme drought, gardeners in the South Central region look for tough plants. Here are some ideas for gardeners in Texas and Oklahoma.

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Southern California Gardening: Withstanding Hot, Windy Weather

When the Santa Ana winds hit Southern California, they can blow a garden into oblivion. These strategies will keep your garden thriving.

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