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.
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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.
Try mums and asters in your fall display this year. Get more life from the these colorful plants when you put them in the ground at the end of the season. We’ll tell you how to plant mums and asters in your garden.
Houseplants are reputed to purify indoor air and promote a sense of calmness and well-being. They also inspire friendship when you can share easy-to-grow cuttings.
The late summer garden is just as challenging as an early spring garden. Be diligent about watering and pruning your summer flowers and vegetables, and read on to get expert tips on planting fall crops.
Houseplants don’t need to be big and bold to make an impact on your living space. Read on for our curated collection of indoor favorites for your small space.
Container gardens are made for small-space gardening. When you have the right location and right plants, your container will enhance your small space. We show you how to make smart plant choices for your small-space container garden.
Many plants can survive in water for a week or longer. Here’s how to get the look of bold foliage in vases when you trim your houseplants and outdoor plants.
Looking for low-maintenance gardens? Consider growing flowers and edibles in containers. It’s one of the easiest ways to garden at home, and adds beauty to your outdoor space.
The tender new growth and high water content of spring bulbs, flowers and young trees is just what hungry deer favor. As with any gardening problem, there are many techniques and strategies to protect your plants.
Share the beauty of edibles when you add them among the ornamentals when you create a foodscape. The foodscaping trend is a way to have a beautiful landscape and eat it too, all the while staying within the bounds of HOA guidelines and your own good taste.
The Home Depot’s lawn care expert answers five of the most frequently asked questions about what it takes to have a carpet of green in your yard.