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Look at every hard surface as a blank canvas, waiting to be bedazzled with beads, tarted up with tiles or hidden behind a lacy curtain of climbing vines.
Attract birds, butterflies and other beauties to your garden by offering them all the comforts of home.
Have beginner skills and a couple of hours? Repurpose a pair of ceiling medallions to create cute, decorative birdhouses.
Flowers lend great beauty and wonderful fragrance to any yard, and can bring back important memories.
Sharon Lovejoy shares some smart gardening tips. Joyful gardening, warming up to worms, conserving water, and more.
Visit the Rhododendron Species Garden where you'll find wonderful and exotic rhododendrons, and thousands of their companion plants.
While camellias are native to the deep south and prefer acid soil, use these tips to grown them in zone 7 and even zone 6.
This simple birdhouse made from easy-to-cut wood reinterprets the distinctive look of kids' Lincoln Logs projects.
Try these simple organic tips for a sustainable garden. Reuse, repurpose, and recycle what you have on hand for sensible solutions to garden problems.
See how our Northeast gardening contributor used $100 from Lowe's to spice up her herb garden by adding annual herbs, vining flowers, and a few key vegetables.
When you trade lawns for beds of flowers, vegetables and fruit trees, you get a spicy mix of edible treats and surprising combinations.
Trying to save money and time? These tips by Lowe's gardening contributor Dee Nash will help your garden move toward a more sustainable future.
Sustainability in the garden means using local and recycled materials, choosing adapted plants, and using less water.
Heat-loving annuals provide nonstop summer color. Here are some tips to make planting both easy and successful.
For a taste of grand old estate gardening strategies, visit this 200-acre estate in Westbury, NY.