Eradicate aphids, put grass clippings to good use, and start a container garden on the cheap.
Celebrate urban birds by planting fruits they like to eat. Here are 5 fresh planting tips to attract robins to your Mountain region backyard.
Fragrant flowers bloom from the first days of spring to the last of autumn. Explore some of my favorites: Formosa lilies, ginger lilies, buddleia davidii and more!
Small trees lend big charm to gardens of every size and style. The blooms of these flowering trees are spectacular, but they are beautiful at all seasons.
Want to help others? Your local community garden is a good place to start.
Lowe's Southern California Regional Contributor Sharon Lovejoy is dreaming about her garden plans for her 2012 garden. See what she's dreaming about...
Tips from Donald Meyers, a master rosarian, a member of the American Rose Society, and a gardener with more than 500 roses in his garden.
Ornamental grasses are great additions to Southern California landscapes, as well as lawn substitutes.
Spray frosting gives you the look of decorative etched glass without harsh chemicals. When you're ready for a new look, the frosted finish scrapes off with ease.
During spring cleaning, I found a long-forgotten strawberry pot gathering dust in the garage. I decided to replant it with succulents, Emerald Empress and Cobweb.
Celebrate Arbor Day by planting a tree. Do it for yourself--and for posterity.
Planting for flowers, fragrance, food—and for the birds—keeps Midwest gardens interesting through the changing seasons.
Enjoy a beautiful garden bed full of color and texture. As a bonus, you'll attract birds and butterflies, too.
Wondering what needs to be done in the garden? Mountain Region contributor Jodi Torpey can help you time your tasks.