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Looking for a plant to add height and color to your spring landscape? Try a spring-blooming shrub. Here’s a baker’s dozen that are more than up to the task.
Grow colorful trees, shrubs, perennials and annuals in the Northeast.
Convert a blob of a shrub into a sculptural beauty for year-round interest. Here’s how our Southeast region contributor did it.
A little time spent pruning trees, shrubs, and grasses this spring pays dividends later with a lush, healthy Gulf Coast garden.
A little corrective pruning now can save a lot of money later. Train trees to look their best and grow their strongest.
Learn the basics of spring pruning in the Mid-Atlantic region so you can trim shrubs, ornamental grasses, and perennials.
Learn how to prune trees and shrubs for optimum growth in Oklahoma and Texas.
Urban gardeners and others with limited space are gardening by the square foot.
Not sure what to prune in your Southwest garden? Lowe’s desert gardening expert discusses the what, when, and how-to for pruning dry-climate plants.
Whether in pots or planters, good things grow in these compact gardens.
Have a seat while your garden rises to new heights. Suspended above this bench are three planters made from pipes to keep flowers away from curious critters.
Practical and ornamental accessories bring colorful fun to gardens and outdoor living spaces. Simple instructions make them easy DIY projects.
Here are savvy tips on pruning trees, shrubs, and even perennials in 10 different regions of the country.
Pruning can be confusing if you’re not quite sure what, when, how, or where. Here are some easy guidelines from Lowe’s Southern California garden contributor.
Spring and summer are the ideal times to prune most shrubs. When you go about it thoughtfully, you discover it’s not hard and doesn’t take long.