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.
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Weekly Gardening Tips for Your Area
Get crafty with terra cotta pots for Christmas. Presenting four ideas for crafts with terra cotta pots, beginning with a gingerbread house and including a whimsical tilted Christmas tree, a Santa suit and a frosty snowman.
Bring the beauty of a living Christmas tree inside your home for the holidays and find out how to make it last.
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.
Flowering bulbs like paperwhite narcissus and amaryllis brighten winter months with color and fragrance. Learn how easy it is to grow these winter flowering bulbs.
Create an evergreen chandelier for your holiday table using trimmings from your yard, or purchased fresh greenery. Get the step-by-step tutorial from the gardening experts at the The Home Depot’s Garden Club.
Plant roses with these helpful tips. Growing roses is relatively easy when they get at least six hours of sunlight each day.
Plant blooming containers with cool weather annuals, including several that will last into winter.
Plant mums, pansies and more for gorgeous fall flowers and color all season long and beyond.
Make cactus and other succulents part of your indoor plant line-up. They’re easy and low-maintenance plants, even for brown thumbs.
Now that it’s getting cooler, gradually move houseplants inside when nighttime temperatures are consistently in the 50s, well before the first frost threatens.