Bromeliads are naturals for the indoor gardener. With their bold colors and easygoing ways, they make stunning houseplants.
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Weekly Gardening Tips for Your Area
Bring the crisp fragrance and verdant foliage of evergreens into your home this Christmas when you decorate with foraged finds. Use trimmings from your landscape or extras from the Garden Center to make holiday decor.
This Christmas, look for colorful and fragrant bulbs like amaryllis and paperwhites to give as gifts and display in your home.
From Maine to Miami and Montana to New Mexico, we’ve got you covered with regional gardening advice for the month of December. Pick up timely tips at The Home Depot’s Garden Club.
Add the beauty of succulents to your holidays when you create this tabletop Christmas tree from your favorite plants. Read on for instructions for this project.
Dress your desk for success with houseplants selected for good looks and easy care. These top 10 picks from A to Z will add beauty and style to your work space and some will even purify the air around you.
Get your landscape ready for winter when you tackle these simple tasks for fall clean up. It’s easy to knock out the list on a crisp fall weekend and enjoy all that fall has to offer.
In the landscape, when leaves turn red, yellow, purple, and our favorite, orange, it’s a response to changes in temperature and increasingly longer nights. Plants receive this signal and stop producing food, causing the chlorophyll in the leaves to break down. Be inspired by the fall leaf palette and create your own rustic whiskey barrel garden.
Perennials need the wetter weather and cooler nighttime temperatures in fall to focus their energy on establishing roots. While annuals like impatiens and begonias bloom for just one season, perennials will die back in winter and return in spring.
Learn how to combine plants in your apartment garden for color, texture and ease. Consider bringing annuals, perennials, herbs, vegetables and succulents, all in cheery colors, to your balcony or patio while the weather is warm. In winter, many of the plants can be moved indoors.
Play with your plants when you create a container garden full of succulents and whimsical treasures. Follow our step-by-step instructions for a succulent garden in a planter.
Fill your landscape with colorful flowers and bold foliage that please the eye and give butterflies and other pollinators a place to park and soak up nectar.