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.
Meet some great trees and shrubs with more than enough fall pizzazz to liven up the neighborhood.
By the end of summer, many annuals have lost their luster. But here are 6 colorful options to revive your containers and window boxes for fall.
Gulf Coast gardeners, be ready for whatever the coming year brings your way. Here are tips on how to garden smarter in 2013.
Find the perfect houseplant to match your decorating personality.
Lowe’s 10 regional gardening experts share ways of treading lightly on the environment by gardening with nature, not against nature.
Learn to grow bulbs out of season by forcing the two easiest kinds: paperwhite and amaryllis.
More and more people are growing their own vegetables and herbs. It’s all about gardening locally. Check out our regionally specific advice.
As graceful as they are easy to grow, these harbingers of fall provide appeal nearly year-round.
Perennials offer a good return on investment. In the right conditions, these plants return faithfully year after year. Try one of these stellar performers.
Extra work now will save you time in the long run. Here are some gardening tips to make your Upper Midwest garden grow beautifully.
Lowe’s 10 regional gardening contributors highlight the best culinary herbs for your area of the country — and share growing tips.
Annuals are a must-have when it comes to container gardening. See what each of our 10 regional gardening experts has created.
Rain gardens catch and absorb rainwater and reduce erosion, giving gardeners a chance to turn to beautiful advantage a spot where rain causes drainage problems.