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Get ready for spring with tips and plant information to help your garden and landscape thrive.
Smart tips for a beautiful landscape.
Here’s a handy guide on what to do in the garden and when to do it – all tailored to your specific region of the country.
There’s often a neglected corner or two lurking behind every house. Instead of ignoring it, landscape it.
Gain privacy without sacrificing beauty. This evergreen screen will provide year-round seclusion, a home for wildlife, and a feast for the eyes.
It's time to break out the lawnmower and dig in the dirt. Here are 3 tips in 30 seconds that will wake up your yard for spring.
Here are savvy tips on pruning trees, shrubs, and even perennials in 10 different regions of the country.
More and more people are growing their own vegetables and herbs. It’s all about gardening locally. Check out our regionally specific advice.
The cooler temperatures of spring and fall are just what the doctor ordered for some vegetables. Here are a few you might want to try.
Create a unique garden tower with just three fan trellises and cable ties.
Wondering what perennial plants to try in your garden? These regionally-focused suggestions will give you some ideas.
A window box is a delightful way to experience the joys of nature all year long. Follow these seasonal tips to maximize your efforts.
Mix fruits, vegetables, and herbs among your ornamentals to create an edible landscape.
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.
Tap into the unlimited potential right outside your back door, and make your yard beautiful with these lawn and garden how-tos.
With a little preventative action, you can keep crabgrass from taking over your lawn.
As the weather warms up, it's time to head outside and start enjoying your yard. It's also time to begin getting your lawn in shape for the growing season.
Take the first steps toward lush, green grass by ridding your lawn of weeds, improving your soil and seeding new grass.
Learn how to select, arrange and plant annuals for instant color around your landscape.
As winter gives way to spring, follow these basic guidelines for a strong lawn that can resist fungal diseases.
A beautiful lawn starts with preparation and selecting the right grass. Proper maintenance keeps it growing and looking its best.