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Gain privacy without sacrificing beauty. This evergreen screen will provide year-round seclusion, a home for wildlife, and a feast for the eyes.
Ideas and inspiration to help you create a great outdoor living space.
Hardy enough to withstand early frosts, these vegetables are good bets for the fall garden.
Smooth-bark trees need protection from animals and weather. Here’s how to keep tree bark safe in winter.
If you’ve got leftover seeds -- or even newly collected seeds -- from this year’s garden, take the time to store them correctly.
Gardeners love ornamental grasses because they provide months and months of beauty and structure and require very little attention.
Lowe's MidAtlantic Regional Contributor Julie Martens makes garden plans to save time, effort, and cash in her 2012 garden.
Check out a variety of garden plans, articles, videos, and special gardening tips for your region.
Get more perennials without going to the garden store by dividing the ones you already have with these easy steps.
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.
Looking for a dependable plant with loads of eye appeal? Hydrangea’s got the size and presence of a shrub but the bountiful blooms of an annual.
Weather extremes can be tough to deal with. These regional gardening tips will help you keep your garden looking its best -- no matter what the weather.
Find out how to make your Florida garden more organic and sustainable. Lowe's Gulf Coast Regional Gardening Expert has five great tips.
Have a variety of food available to attract birds of all types. Here's a guide to what types of feed and feeders birds enjoy when cool weather comes.
Get ready for winter, learn about winter birds and keep your garden and plants safe as temperatures plummet with these tips.
Use this guide to get familiar with snow blower types and features and to find the machine that's best for your snow-clearing needs.
Properly winterizing your garden in the fall is essential for a bountiful spring.
A window box is a delightful way to experience the joys of nature all year long. Follow these seasonal tips to maximize your efforts.
Hardy bulbs and perennials are perfect fall planting candidates. The extra autumn work will be worth it when spring fever starts to set in next year.
Get your plants home safely from the garden center. Protect plants from damage by following these tips to ease the transition from the store to your home.
From chain-link fencing to electronic pet containment, use our guide to decide which fence system fits your needs.