Your garden reflects your style - with careful selection of flowers, details and materials. These personal touches make a garden yours.
Fall is the ideal time for gardeners in the Mountain region to reassess their efforts and start planning for the next growing season.
Small trees lend big charm to gardens of every size and style. The blooms of these flowering trees are spectacular, but they are beautiful at all seasons.
You can replace and revive summer planting containers with fresh fall-flowering plants. Lowe's shows you 5 colorful options for autumn window boxes.
Hang up a bird feeder and birds will flock to your garden. Plant trees, shrubs and flowers, and they'll keep you company year-round.
Get some tips on planting and growing plants that thrive in the spring, such as the native fringetree.
Attract birds, butterflies and other beauties to your garden by offering them all the comforts of home.
Cast this rugged concrete planter and then add house numbers to make it one of a kind.
Follow this month-by-month calendar of gardening tasks to determine what to do when in your Central Midwest garden.
Grab your trowel and plant dozens of tulips, daffodils and other bulbs in fall. They'll bring the garden to life in spring.
Lowe's Desert Regional Contributor Scott Calhoun makes a list of cool new plants for his 2012 garden.
Plan early season color for your garden. These plants will help get you started.
Joining a local community garden can get you on the road to growing your own food and flowers - without owning any of your own land.
Berries are bursting with color, flavor, and nutrition. Follow these tips and enjoy a bumper crop of these nutritional superstars.