Houseplants add beauty to our living spaces, but low maintenance doesn’t mean no maintenance. Learn to spot houseplant problems and pests before they harm your plants.
Opt-in to mobile texts to receive money-saving, project-inspiring alerts. Redeemed in stores only.
Weekly Gardening Tips for Your Area
Learn how to start a garden even when winter is throwing its worst at you.
With just $20 in PVC pipe and fittings, you can build a seed starting station for grow lights. Give your vegetable seedlings the best possible start when you grow from seed indoors.
Starting a garden with seeds gives you a greater range of plants to grow. You have control of the crop from seed to harvest, an important consideration in organic gardening. Learn more about starting seeds indoors.
Nutsedge spreads by rhizomes, not seeds, and can be invasive in lawns. Learn how to identify and control this pervasive weed in your landscape.
Succulents enjoy their alone time. Read on for more success with succulents and growing tips.
Add these trendy houseplants to your decor for their good looks. In addition to selections at The Home Depot Garden Centers, you can shop online and get the freshest plants delivered direct from the grower within days.
Get a fresh perspective on your garden for the coming year and break out of your gardening rut. Try these five tips for the best gardening year yet.
Select premium perennials, shrubs and even vegetables when you choose from the Proven Winners line available in the Garden Center and online. Proven Winners plants are trialed and tested to be easy to grow and maintain and have abundant, long-lasting and colorful blooms and foliage.
Easy-to-grow blueberries make a delicious topping for a breakfast bowl of warm steel cut oats, Greek yogurt and a honey quinoa walnut granola. Give it a try this week.
Use fresh rosemary from your herb garden to make a sparkling non-alcoholic beverage with grapefruit juice.
When you bring a new baby home, even a fur baby, you want to give it the very best start in life, and houseplants are no different. Learn how to give your new houseplants what they need to thrive in their new environment.