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Refresh summer containers with fall plants such as mums, grasses and kale. Find ideas for creative plant pairings that will add interest to your fall décor.
These design ideas and tips will help turn any boring yard into a beautiful landscape.
Fall offers a second lease on life for many edible gardens. Sometimes it’s even better for growing vegetables than summer. See what you can grow this autumn.
Get outside and enjoy the crisp autumn air with these fall landscaping projects.
Whether grown as an ornamental or edible, kale makes a great garden plant. See how to grow—and use—this versatile, nutritious superstar.
Properly winterizing your garden in the fall is essential for a bountiful spring.
Container gardens aren't just for summer. Fall is a great time to update a container garden or start a new one using plants that prefer cooler temperatures.
If you have a problem with poor drainage, you can correct it with a little work and some simple tools.
Create a haven for birds and add year-round privacy to your yard with a mixed border of trees, shrubs, grasses, and flowers.
Inviting and inclusive are ways to describe a universal design landscape that can be enjoyed and used by all. Keep these points in mind when planning your landscape.
Catch the growing season’s grand finale by planting a mix of shrubs and trees notable for their colorful fall foliage.
The cooler temperatures of spring and fall are just what the doctor ordered for some vegetables. Here are a few you might want to try in your own vegetable garden.
Update your landscape — or start a new one from scratch — using our quick and easy garden makeovers for inspiration. Each comes with a handy planting plan.
Increase the beauty of your landscape for the long run. These low-maintenance shrub gardens will deliver enjoyment for years to come.
Tap into the unlimited potential right outside your back door with more helpful tips and ideas from Lowe's.
Every region has its own growing season, ranging from a few days to all year. Understanding frost and freeze dates helps you plan your garden projects.
Create a garden for all seasons using a mix of trees, shrubs, grasses, and flowers.
Gain privacy without sacrificing beauty. This evergreen privacy screen will provide year-round seclusion, a home for wildlife, and a feast for the eyes.
Give that forlorn tree in your front yard some company and make it part of a pretty garden.
Mulch helps prevent weeds and retain moisture in your garden. Learn about different organic and inorganic types of mulch and how they can improve your landscape.
Lowe’s 10 regional gardening contributors show how to create a beautiful — and water savvy — landscape wherever you live.