Trees and shrubs need water to encourage healthy growth that will help them withstand the elements. Look for the signs of drought stress in your trees and shrubs and learn how to properly water them.
Opt-in to mobile texts to receive money-saving, project-inspiring alerts. Redeemed in stores only.
Weekly Gardening Tips for Your Area
Plant fragrant shrubs like tea olive for a sweet-smelling landscape all year.
Blooming shrubs and vines pack a powerful punch in your garden. Plant honeysuckle and clematis vines for fragrance and to attract butterflies.
Fill in your landscape with shrubs this fall. Planting late in the year gives shrubs time to get established before winter dormancy.
Shrubs and vines pack a powerful punch and bring height to areas in need. Learn more about these garden problem-solvers.
Hurricanes can wreak havoc on gardens, so start preparing long before the winds blow.
Pinch and prune flowering shrubs, hedges and perennials to keep the flowers coming.
How you water is more important than how often you water. Learn more about watering newly planted trees and shrubs.
Evergreen boxwood are a low-maintenance and deer-resistant shrub for Southern gardens. Learn more about planting this hardy favorite.
Hollies are a great year-round plant for a Southern garden. Evergreen hollies do not lose leaves and add splashes of color at all times of year.
Prune your hibiscus, bougainvillea and oleanders to keep tropical flowering shrubs and hedges exploding with color all season.
Create instant curb appeal with these quick and easy ideas.