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A vegetable garden can be positively high style! You'll be surprised at what you can grow in such a small space.
Enjoy fresh herbs all summer with a garden that has a little herbal taste treat for everyone!
Attract birds, butterflies and other beauties to your garden by offering them all the comforts of home.
Learn about flavorful herbs that require very littl e maintenance or care once they are established.
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.
Add a little whimsy to your garden -- and show off your creativity while you're at it. Create a theme garden.
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.
Lowe's Southern California garden contributor Sharon Lovejoy shares drought-tolerant plants for a stylish California-style border.
Small trees look lovely. They add structure, texture and fit about anywhere. To commemorate a birth, a small tree is ideal. As the child grows so does the tree.
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.
For a taste of grand old estate gardening strategies, visit this 200-acre estate in Westbury, NY.
Heat-loving annuals provide nonstop summer color. Here are some tips to make planting both easy and successful.
In spring the world turns joyful as bulbs burst out of the ground and shrubs and trees explode in colorful blooms.
Visit the Rhododendron Species Garden where you'll find wonderful and exotic rhododendrons, and thousands of their companion plants.