For less than $100 you can transform an ordinary pot into a soothing fountain. This easy weekend project doesn’t require any special DIY skills.
Water adds a relaxing element to any garden. Here's how to find the perfect water feature for your Mountain region landscape.
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Organic gardeners work with nature to grow healthy plants that flourish without the need for pesticides. In an organic garden, things are in balance.
Yes, you can grow vegetables in pots. Plants such as Tuscan kale, corn, edible ornamental peppers, and Swiss chard thrive in containers in the Mid-Atlantic.
You can find great garden ideas close to home: Midwestern landscapes teem with inspiration for garden improvements. Now is the time to plan … and plant.
A well-designed garden sparkles in winter. Evergreens gleam, plants with berries twinkle in the light, and a dusting of snow makes it all the more beautiful.
Not sure what to prune in your Southwest garden? Lowe’s desert gardening expert discusses the what, when, and how-to for pruning dry-climate plants.
Learn how to use plants creatively as affordable, low-maintenance privacy screens that work in Mid-Atlantic yards.
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'.
Lowe’s how-tos, buying guides and calculators help you figure it out.
From spring through fall, Midwest gardens are flower and foliage packed.
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