Maligned misfits like Ailanthus and box elder challenge us to find the hidden good in everything.
We could learn a thing or two from the plant world, where it seems the simple joy of being alive helps some plants overcome hardship.
In times of strife, find solace in nature. The simple pleasures of gardening, hiking or just watching the grass grow may be just the tonic you need.
Street trees show us what it's like to overcome adversity and "Grow where you are planted."
A large American chestnut tree meets its end. But not before a garden editor turned midwife helps birth a new generation.
Berries are bursting with color, flavor, and nutrition. Follow these tips and enjoy a bumper crop of these nutritional superstars.
Check out a pair of small-effort, big-impact luminary projects, perfect to shed some sparkling light along your walkway.
Lowe’s Northeast gardening contributor offers advice for slaying the spineless slimeballs called slugs.
Container gardens aren't just for summer. Fall is a great time to update a container garden or start a new one using plants that prefer cooler temperatures.
Slugs, snails and slime no longer cause problems thanks to Worry Free slug and snail bait along with tips from Lowe’s Northwest gardening expert.
Lowe's can help you create a landscape design that is both beautiful and inviting.
Spring gardening in the Mountain region can be challenging. Cold snaps and snowstorms spell the end to some spring flowers, but these hardy bloomers bounce back.
Outsmart Bambi by filling your spring garden with flowers deer dislike. These pretty perennials shine with early-season color.
Lowe’s desert garden expert Scott Calhoun shares a few of his favorite spring flowers for Southwest gardens.
Spring-blooming bulbs and cool-season annuals make the first big splash of spring. Public gardens are full of ideas to take home to your own backyard.