You don't need an elaborate garden to enjoy fresh vegetables or flowers. This raised garden bed plan requires only a small space and a few materials.
Save money and increase your selection of cultivars by starting your own plants from seed in convenient trays.
Make seed starting easier than ever. Peat pellets expand when watered to make handy biodegradable seed starters.
A trip to Ireland offers one gardener plenty of wisdom, plus take-home ideas to use in her own garden.
Build a tropical garden in a container using Canna lillies, begonias, and solar tiki lamps and to enjoy the tropical island feeling both day and night.
Learn how to use wood chips, vinegar, and a composting system for lazy gardeners to grow a more organic garden in the Northwest.
A drip irrigation system lets you make the most of your water to maintain the plants around your home.
Follow these simple steps to create terrific annual containers for your Florida or Gulf Coast garden.
Roses can get along just fine in the Southeast, but they do best with a bit of maintenance.
Want something different with your fall containers? Lowe’s Southeast region garden contributor shares a few ways to show your team spirit.
Organic gardeners have more choices than ever. See what Lowe’s Southeast garden expert has to recommend when it comes to going green.
Create an attractive landscape that stands up to those occasional bouts of dry weather that hit our region. Xeriscaping is really “smartscaping.”
Katie shares some of the many ways Katie’s Krops puts a bountiful crop to work.
Growing roses in Southern California is much like growing any other shrub in our dry, Mediterranean climate. Keep these tips in mind.