- Ideas & How-Tos
Choose Your Savings
Lowe's Southern California garden contributor Bonnie Manion shares five tips for gardening smarter in 2013.
Garden smarter, not harder, in 2013. Here are some tips from Lowe's tailored to gardeners in Texas and Oklahoma.
Balancing school, sports, and social life can be challenging for a 14 year old running a not-for-profit volunteer organization feeding the needy.
Gulf Coast gardeners, be ready for whatever the coming year brings your way. Here are tips on how to garden smarter in 2013.
Looking for some tips to garden smarter and not work harder? Here are five from Lowe's Northwest region garden contributor Marianne Binetti.
Sure, good fences make good neighbors, but they also make boring backdrops. Add pizzazz to privacy fencing with four fab facelifts.
Hang swag chains around your lawn or garden for edging that adds sparkle and sophistication to your landscape.
Add an exotic touch to any fabric or surface with these simple stamps. Use them to create a decorative star design in just a few minutes.
Introduce color and beautiful wood grain pattern to any room. Make this accent wall in a weekend using the natural simplicity of stained plywood squares.
Let your pets make a grand entrance with this painted-on classic design you can size to enhance any doggie (or cat) door.
The longer I garden, the less patience I have for needy plants. The plants I love most are those that are too tough to die. Check out my list of tough plants.
Want a garden that's organic and sustainable? Here are five tips for the Northwest by Lowe's regional gardening expert Marianne Binetti.
These pine-and-plywood planters can go inside or out. Build them this weekend and get growing.