Gardeners grow just about anything in raised garden beds: vegetables and herbs, both annual and perennial flowers, even shrubs and trees, but this style of gardening is most popular for edibles. Learn about soils for raised garden beds.
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Grow healthy and tasty berries in your backyard garden this year. Strawberries, blueberries, blackberries and raspberries are easy to grow.
More home gardeners are adding fruits and berries into their landscape and gardens for baking and preserving.
Each year, the National Garden Bureau selects categories of plants to spotlight. This year, the light shines on five home garden favorites: lantana, lavender, hydrangeas, sweet corn, and iris. Learn more about including them in your garden this year.
Even if you have a small garden, you can still grow fruit trees. Fruit trees naturally break dormancy and start to grow in early spring, so that is the best time to plant. Until then, daydreaming about what and where you will plant is time well spent.
Growing annual flowers and vegetables from seeds started indoors can be rewarding. Learn how to start seeds indoors from the gardening experts at The Home Depot.
Spring into the season with 10 ideas for outdoor inspiration.
The first step to improving your garden is to get a soil test. The results will guide you to amending your soil for the growing season.
Find out what herbs to grow year-round. Then, pick a pretty flowerpot and grow them indoors.
Put the garden to bed before winter with fall garden cleanup.
Learn how to make a fresh herb centerpiece for the holidays or for any occasion with the herbs growing in your garden.
Find out tips and tools for when you prune avocado, plumeria and mango trees.