Learn which plants to use in containers and how to pair them with these tips from Lowe’s Desert Southwest gardening expert.
Tough, drought-tolerant perennials do grow in the desert Southwest. Here are some recommendations from Lowe’s regional gardening contributor.
Lowe’s desert region gardening expert talks about his favorite plants that extend the gardening season far into fall.
When it comes to gardening in the Desert Southwest, xeriscaping makes the most sense. It’s all about creating beauty with water-wise plants.
When the snow swirls, Midwestern gardeners have time to plan for the season ahead. Perennial flowers, shrubs, and homegrown harvests are on my list for 2014.
Grow colorful trees, shrubs, perennials and annuals in the Northeast.
Learn about Sempervivum, a succulent that goes by many names: hen and chicks, cat and kittens, or houseleeks. This succulent thrives in Mid-Atlantic gardens.
Give an old shed a new look with paint, a section of picket fence, and a few potted plants. Lowe’s Gulf Coast garden contributor answers 'The $100 Challenge'.
Desert gardeners, take heart! Some durable, easy-to-grow woody shrubs can stand up to the hot and dry weather of the Southwest.
Beat bugs without traditional chemicals. Learn about five affordable and effective organic pest control ideas for Mid-Atlantic gardens.
Learn about proven, practical, and easy-on-the-budget landscaping tips for desert gardens.
Less work than a lawn, ornamental grasses bring movement, color, and texture to any garden—even desert gardens.
Organic gardeners work with nature to grow healthy plants that flourish without the need for pesticides. In an organic garden, things are in balance.
Grow a diverse, colorful and gorgeous garden in the Mountain region.