This year, add hardscape projects in your garden to improve foot traffic and water flow and hide unsightly elements. Look for inspirational guides from The Home Depot.
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Weekly Gardening Tips for Your Area
Learn how compost brings life to the soil and how to start a compost pile.
Find out what trees and shrubs are best for your yard. With a new landscape, you’ll want to begin with the trees and shrubs that love your conditions, soil and space.
Fall is the time to plant flower bulbs. Try tucking them in clusters in spots around the yard, so you’ll have plenty of flowers to enjoy in the garden, and extras to cut for vases.
Mulch helps to prevent water loss, buffer soil temperatures and suppress weeds. Here’s a breakdown of the most popular types of mulches for South Florida, and why you may want to consider one over another.
Build a walkway that stands the test of time. Try walkways for impact and style. Read on for more details.
Plants have basic nutritional needs that must be met in order to thrive. When choosing the right fertilizer, look for a slow-release granular formula specifically intended for the plant you’re feeding.
Wildfires, also known as forest fires, can harm your garden and landscape. Depending on the duration of the fire and severity of the burn, your garden and landscape may suffer significant damage. Here’s how to prepare your yard for a wildfire and recover from one.
Expand your horizons with ideas for privacy hedges and learn more about how to create a beautiful green screen in your outdoor space.
Learn the basics of building a sustainable garden in your own large-scale outdoor space.
When you plan your garden, chances are you want plants that provide four seasons of interest, don’t need a lot of maintenance and are easy-to-grow. If that sounds like you, start with this list of low-maintenance shrubs.
Almost every landscape has at least one problem area, whether it is a rocky spot, a slope, or a place so heavily shaded that design options with plants are limited. Fortunately, there are solutions in the Garden Center.