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Pruning Roses for Health and Beauty

Roses look better and tend to grow healthier when they’re pruned correctly. Here’s how to prune the most popular types of roses.

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10 Summer Bulbs You’re Bound to Love

You don’t have to rely solely on annuals and perennials for color this summer. Plant these summer-blooming bulbs in spring and really make a splash.

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South Central Gardening: Soil Pitfalls and How to Outsmart Them

South Central gardeners know soil can be a sticky situation. Learn how to get around the problems caused by clay, sand, and rocks.

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Mountain Gardening: The Right Soil Solves Landscape Problems

Dirt, clay, sand, gravel, or silt, where does your garden grow? Lowe’s Mountain region gardening expert shows you how to make the most of the soil.

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Midwest Gardening: Making Good Soil Better

Healthy soil supports healthy plants, and improving the soil in your own backyard is easy: Do it one shovelful at a time. Compost and mulch are crucial.

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Southern California Gardening: Practical Advice About Soil

Soil is not a dirty word, but it is a topic that confuses many gardeners. Here are the basics about our soils and what you need to know to grow a garden.

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Northwest Gardening: Dirt-Cheap Options for Improving Soil

Dealing with acidic soils? Or those that drain too fast or too slow? Smart plant selection is one way to avoid problems.

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Northeast Gardening: Tips for Working with Our Soils

Beautiful and productive gardens start with good soil. Learn how to deal with the various soils in our region.

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Southeast Gardening: Soil 101, Southern Style

Whether you’ve got clay, sand, or something in between, knowing a few soil basics helps you improve it—and can ensure gardening success.

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Mid-Atlantic Gardening: Dealing with Clay Soil

Learn how to work with a common Mid-Atlantic soil type: clay. The secret to gardening in clay soil is choosing the right plants and adding organic matter.

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Mid-Atlantic Gardening

Early springs and late winters mean a long Mid-Atlantic gardening season.

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Midwest Gardening

From spring through fall, Midwest gardens are flower and foliage packed.

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Mountain Gardening

Grow a diverse, colorful and gorgeous garden in the Mountain region.

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Northeast Gardening

Grow colorful trees, shrubs, perennials and annuals in the Northeast.

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Southeast Gardening

Diverse Southeast geography gives gardeners a mixed palette of plants.

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