Mulch is a multi-purpose product that helps your landscape and garden by controlling weed growth, retaining moisture and protecting plants from pests and diseases.
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Grow something new this spring with edibles from Bonnie Plants. Whether your garden is a couple of pots on the balcony or a raised bed in the backyard, be sure to find room for new varieties of vegetables like tomatoes and peppers and herbs like rosemary and thyme.
Surround your outdoor living space with color and fragrance this year when you install a flower garden. Whether your space is a window box, a porch container, or flower bed alongside your house, take time to plan your planting this spring for three seasons of blooms and pleasing foliage.
Innovative gardening products solve problems and change the way we grow, nurture and share our gardens.
Take your garden to a higher level when you install raised garden beds. You will increase vegetable production, and save your back in the process.
Starting seeds indoors gives you control of your garden up until harvest and gives you a jump on the season. Mind these Do’s and Don’ts for strong vegetable seedlings ready for transplanting as soon as the ground warms in spring.
Succulents enjoy their alone time. This means to give them the right location, meet their sunlight and drainage requirements, and they will do just fine. Read on for more succulent growing tips.
The Home Depot’s Garden Calendar gives you a year of gardening delights at a glance. Pin it now for seasonal inspiration.
From mosquitoes to weeds and tomatoes to kale, top Garden Club stories in the past year covered topics geared towards the way you want to garden today. We glance back at the year past and look to gardening trends for inspiration and information.
When starting your garden, skip the eggshells and leave rocks out of your flowerpots. Learn the truth about gardening myths, advice once shared by neighbors over the fence and now spread by social media.
Plan your gardening year with our calendar of tasks, from seed starting in late winter to harvest in late summer and all the days and nights in between.
We answer all the questions you have about orchid care – Everything from planting to fertilizing and many stops in between.