Get some simple tips on how to add the ingredients you need to create moist, rich, fertile compost for your yard or garden.
As the summer vegetable harvest winds down, fall crops take off. Plant a few quick rows of radishes, lettuce, or kale. The bounty is rich.
Desert gardeners, take heart! Some durable, easy-to-grow woody shrubs can stand up to the hot and dry weather of the Southwest.
Discover tried-and-true garden advice that can make your Mid-Atlantic yard a more beautiful, healthy, and wildlife-friendly place.
Learn about proven, practical, and easy-on-the-budget landscaping tips for desert gardens.
Learn how to hasten tomato ripening in the garden, and discover easy ways to ripen green tomatoes indoors.
Autumn is a glorious season in Midwestern gardens. Pull on a jacket and enjoy the bright flowers, sparkling berries, and the harvest of cool-season vegetables.
Lowe’s Desert Southwest gardening expert talks about plants that disappear in winter but come roaring back in summer.
Organic gardeners work with nature to grow healthy plants that flourish without the need for pesticides. In an organic garden, things are in balance.
Lowe’s Gulf Coast gardening contributor explains how to attract butterflies to your garden.
Are you looking for something special for the gardener who has everything? Here are five ideas to help you get started.
Discover tips for making miniature gardens for indoor use. Fill miniature gardens with foliage plants such as ivy, polka-dot plant, and palm.
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.