Prepare gourmet coffee drinks using a one-cup coffeemaker, frothed milk you can make in a microwave, and flavorful additions.
Whip a basic concrete pad into shape for summer entertaining. Add curves to the edges, and create zones for dining, lounging, and gardening.
Get inspired with one-of-a-kind projects, DIY tips, videos, and more for your home and garden.
The secret to gardening in the Mountain region is planting a landscape that bends but doesn’t break. Here are tips for creating a hail-resistant garden.
Landscaping in the Mountain region has to be practical, but it shouldn’t be dull. Here are four simple ways to reimagine your landscape for color and interest.
Not sure what to add to your Northeast garden? Build up your plant-choosing confidence with these helpful hints.
If you’re looking to fit vegetables into your patio, deck, or balcony garden, think small. Baby vegetables are perfect for any container.
Here are some ways to find more space to grow edibles -- in the garden and containers, and even on the kitchen windowsill.
Lowe’s Northeast gardening expert shares some thoughts on a few of the season’s standout ornamental grasses.
No matter where you garden or what you grow, you can avoid common gardening problems. Jodi Torpey explains how four words can lead to gardening success.
Lowe’s Mountain region garden contributor explains how to plant eye-catching fall displays for porch and patio.
Sedum ‘Angelina’ and portulaca are two water-thrifty succulents that add color to your drought-resistant landscape.
Whether you’re downsizing to a smaller yard or just coming up short on gardening space, these tips can help you maximize your harvest of vegetables and herbs.
Would you like to have a thick, green lawn starting in spring? This fall lawn care program is sure to get your cool-season turf in top shape for next season.
Clematis, hydrangea, hellebore, and pulmonaria love the Northwest climate. Together they provide year-round interest.