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Want to bring “the flower of romance” in your garden? Get regionally specific advice on rose growing from one of Lowe’s 10 regional gardening experts.
Ideas and inspiration to help you create a great outdoor living space.
Learn how to choose the right trees and shrubs for your landscape.
These old-time shrubs pack a punch in spring. Find out how to use them in the landscape, in pots, or in arrangements. Then meet 10 great varieties for your yard.
Grow delicious, fresh and inexpensive vegetables and fruits in your own backyard. Here are some ideas—and the easiest-to-grow options.
Keep track of what’s planted where in your garden or containers using a variety of plant tags.
This 4' x 4' compact raised bed will deliver fresh produce all season long.
Celebrate Arbor Day by planting a tree. Do it for yourself--and for posterity.
These cool-season standouts offer vibrant color when color is otherwise in short supply. Here are 16 ways to use pansies in your yard.
Thanks to an ever-growing array of tomato varieties, there's a delicious -- and colorful -- option for every garden.
Starting your own garden from seeds is an easy & inexpensive way to grow vegetables and flowers. Learn how to start seeds indoors with expert William Moss.
Talk about having your cake and eating it, too. This pretty fall garden includes more than its share of plants to feed the soul and stomach alike.
Use a mix of trees, shrubs, grasses and flowers to create a four-season landscape.
This shade-living perennial is a mainstay in today's gardens. Learn how to make a bigger splash with your hostas by following these landscape design tips.
Get ready for outdoor projects with helpful how-to articles and buying guides.
Applying the basic concepts the pros use can help you achieve the landscape of your dreams.
Consider the following tips before making the decision to build your pond.
For groundbreaking chores you need a tiller or cultivator. The choice depends on your soil and gardening objectives.
Sowing seeds in the ground is a simple way to get flowers and vegetables growing in the spring. To get a head start, cultivate your seeds indoors.
Call attention to your home's good features. Add a planting bed to your home landscape.
From chain-link fencing to electronic pet containment, use our guide to decide which fence system fits your needs.