With summer coming on strong, it’s nice to know some flowers like it hot. Here are some plants that keep on blooming when temperatures sizzle.
There is no shortage of heat-loving flowers in the Gulf Coast. Meet some favorites recommended for our climate.
Fill your garden with high summer color by planting pink-tone flowers that love heat and humidity. They make summer sizzle with endless color.
Lowe’s Desert Southwest garden contributor talks about favorite flowers that bloom even during superhot summer conditions.
Here are some colorful design tips for decorating a shaded patio from Lowe’s Northwest region garden contributor.
Create an alluring space for meditation or enjoying nature with this plan for a handsome corner courtyard garden.
Deal with storm-water runoff in an eco-friendly way. Create a “rainscape” to absorb water instead of directing it to streets and sewers.
Lowe’s Northwest gardening contributor shares tips for designing with colorful coleus plants.
Containers can add color, interest, accent, and extra growing space to Southern California outdoor entertaining areas.
Katie’s outreach to those in need couldn’t happen without one key ingredient: her family. Read how they help her every step of the way.
Lowe’s Northeast gardening contributor shares some strategies for decorating a patio with pots.
Try some different groundcovers for the Texas and Oklahoma region to fill in blank spaces, or anchor the soil on a slope.
Use container gardens -- from doorway entrances to patios, balconies, and pool decks -- to colorize and accessorize any outdoor space.
Attract more fluttering butterflies to your yard with these tips from Lowe’s South Central regional contributor.