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Lowe's garden contributor Linda Askey shares her strategies for attracting hummingbirds to her Southeast garden.
Find out which nectar plants hummingbirds favor in Cynthia Glover's Gulf Coast garden.
Want to attract hummingbirds to your Northwest garden using flowers instead of feeders? Here's what to plant.
How the Lowe's $100 challenge inspired Northeast region garden contributor Irene Virag to launch a boat garden in the shade.
Shrubs add beauty, color and interest to a Mountain region garden. Here are four shrubs that also add texture.
Use shrubs to add texture to your Texas or Oklahoma garden. Lowe's garden contributor Linda Vater shows how.
Create a one-of-a-kind movable fountain for your patio using a planter, ceiling diffuser, fountain kit and polished rocks - all for under $100.
Improve your diet and reduce your grocery bill by growing your own nutrient-packed raspberries. You can start a patch for $100.
Bring showy red northern cardinals to your desert garden simply by planting things they like to eat.
By choosing shrubs with eye-catching texture, you can create a Mid-Atlantic region landscape with year-round appeal.
Hardworking shrubs are the backbone of a successful garden because they add texture, color, and year-round interest.
Lowe's Northeast garden expert Irene Virag offers suggestions for adding texture with shrubs.
Lowe's Northeast garden expert Irene Virag shares tips on welcoming chickadees to your garden.
Shrubs add texture, color and structure to the framework of every garden. Learn which shrubs perform well in your Gulf Coast garden.
Hang up a bird feeder and birds will flock to your garden. Plant trees, shrubs and flowers, and they'll keep you company year-round.