The official start of summer is still a few weeks away, but pool season has begun. Follow our tips for opening your pool and freshening your landscape this summer.
Who said you need a pool to have summertime fun? Check out our ideas for rip-roaring splash-time fun.
Cool down in the shade with a pergola, umbrella or personal misting device and then relax in a hammock or under a fan.
The goal for this season is simple — turn an ordinary backyard into an amazing outdoor living space, one perfectly suited for entertaining, hosting summer celebrations, spending quality time with the family, or simply having the opportunity to take typical indoor activities and bring them outside.
Roses are demanding, but the rewards are plentiful. Learn more about choosing the right roses for your garden, and how to care for them, from Chris Van Cleave, the Redneck Rosarian.
Miniature roses enhance any patio with their brilliant colors and perfume. With just a little extra care, these glories of the garden can grace your porch or patio.
It’s tradition to send Mom flowers on Mother’s Day. This year, give her a spring and summer full of blooms with 9 last-minute gift ideas and projects from The Home Depot.
Decorate Mom’s herb garden this spring with easy-to-make plant markers, a perfect Mother’s Day gift for a gardener.
The simplest method of weed control is to pull it up, root and all. But when the gardener is faced with a lawn or garden bed full of weeds, more efficient methods such as chemicals are needed.
Creating your own compost reduces household and landfill waste, encourages healthy biological activity in your yard, and enhances your soil for ideal gardening conditions.
In the vegetable’s journey from seed to soil, gardeners nurture vegetables from dry seed to striving seedling. When the ground warms up to 60 or above, it’s time to move the plants outdoors to the garden.
Once you grow easygoing hostas in your garden, you’ll probably want some companion plants. Here are some of the best.