Here are some simple ways to go green in Florida and along the Gulf Coast.
Beat bugs without traditional chemicals. Learn about five affordable and effective organic pest control ideas for Mid-Atlantic gardens.
Green-hearted gardeners! Use these cultural tips for controlling diseases and insects.
It’s easy being green. Just follow these suggestions from any of Lowe’s 10 regional gardening experts.
Lowe’s desert gardening expert discusses ways to reduce the amount of chemicals in your garden.
Organic gardening doesn’t have to be complicated, expensive, or time-consuming. Lowe’s Mountain region gardening expert shares these easy tips.
Think organic gardening is too much work? Here are some tips that prove it’s a breeze.
Organic gardeners have more choices than ever. See what Lowe’s Southeast garden expert has to recommend when it comes to going green.
The world of organic gardening is expanding rapidly! Discover an increasing number of organic products for growing beautiful, healthy gardens.
Learn how to use wood chips, vinegar, and a composting system for lazy gardeners to grow a more organic garden in the Northwest.
Explore the world of organic gardening. Learn what makes something organic, and find out what you need to start your own organic vegetable garden.
Lowe's Northeast regional gardening expert Irene Virag shares the joy of cooking from her organic kitchen garden--and a recipe for homegrown ratatouille.
Take a greener path by trying organic weed control products. Lowe’s Southeast regional gardening contributor shares a few examples.
Growing organic vegetables can be a powerful to boost health and enjoy gardening.
Mulch helps prevent weeds and retain moisture in your garden. Learn about different organic and inorganic types of mulch and how they can improve your landscape.
Learn how to work with a common Mid-Atlantic soil type: clay. The secret to gardening in clay soil is choosing the right plants and adding organic matter.
Organic gardeners work with nature to grow healthy plants that flourish without the need for pesticides. In an organic garden, things are in balance.
Learn about fertilizing your lawn using liquid or granular fertilizer, as well as organic alternatives.
Find out how to make your Florida garden more organic and sustainable. Lowe's Gulf Coast Regional Gardening Expert has five great tips.
I filled my containers with organic potting soil and corralled an all-star assortment - ranunculus and diascia and nemesia and, yes, pansies.
Try these simple organic tips for a sustainable garden. Reuse, repurpose, and recycle what you have on hand for sensible solutions to garden problems.
Planting caladium bulbs in Florida's sandy soil is simple. All you'll need is a hand trowel, organic fertilizer and your favorite variety of caladium bulbs.
Want a garden that's organic and sustainable? Here are five tips for the Northwest by Lowe's regional gardening expert Marianne Binetti.