Welcome spring with frost-tolerant flowers. Lowe's Mid-Atlantic regional gardening contributor Julie Martens shares a favorite recipe.
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 limited area for gardening, use these tips to make the most of your vertical space.
Trellises, birdbaths, and other structures are like jewelry for a garden. Make these easy projects to quickly accessorize your outdoor haven.
Freshen up your Central Midwest front yard and add a little personality with decorative, practical or whimsical details.
Hot Midwestern summers don’t slow great flowers down. When the heat is on, zinnias, cosmos, bee balm, and others are at their colorful best.
Turn a simple vintage plant stand into a color- coordinated mix of succulents and contrasting terra-cotta.
Get your spring fix with a fresh basket of blooms. Plant this easy combo for a welcome Upper Midwest spring treat.
Create an easy pedestal to show off a bowl of heat-loving succulents.
Mold your own hypertufa planter, then transform it into an outdoor table by adding your own wooden top with an opening to showcase plants.
Use spray paint for a fresh look. Deal with slugs and snails. Win the war on weeds.
Wondering what to put in your planters this spring that look good all season? Irene Virag offers an evergreen suggestion for the Northeast region.
I filled my containers with organic potting soil and corralled an all-star assortment - ranunculus and diascia and nemesia and, yes, pansies.
Follow these strategies from Lowe's Southeast regional gardening contributor Linda Askey for a welcoming front-yard landscape.