HGTV.com showcases perennials for shade, including pulmonaria varieties, hosta, brunnera, painted fern, hellebore, bleeding heart and astilbe.
HGTV.com showcases annual shade flowers, including begonia, impatiens, alyssum, caladium, fuchsia, lobelia, polka-dot plant and coleus.
Learn new, easy ways to make compost for your garden with the pros at HGTV.com.
Tomato cages aren’t just for tomatoes. Upcycle a tomato cage to a modern, unique planter for anywhere in your home, inside or out.
Plant an inviting entry to make your house the envy of the whole neighborhood. A mixture of evergreens and annuals will mean an easy-to-maintain walkway that looks great year-round.
HGTV.com showcases types of mulch, including shredded bark, mushroom compost and landscape glass. Learn tips for choosing the best mulch.
Find the best plants to grow in acidic soils with the experts at HGTV.com.
Find the best flowers and foliage for alkaline soil with the pros at HGTV.com.
Itching to retire your lawn mower for winter? Learn when to stop cutting the grass.
Beat back Japanese beetles with a few of these strategies.
Enjoy the great outdoors, bite-free.
HGTV shares some of the best shrubs for shade gardens.
Find out HGTV's best tips for caring for your peace lily plant.
The lawn-care experts at HGTV share their spring to-do list for maintaining a lush, healthy lawn year-round.
That feeling when something breaks and you can't call your landlord.
Make over your outdoor space using these ideas inspired by Disney Parks, cruises and animated classics from Transitions Lenses and HGTV.com.
Tips and insight from the manager of one of the most famous baseball fields in the country.
Believe it or not, millennials do more than Snap, eat doughnuts and shop at Urban Outfitters. They're part of a new generation of gardeners.
HGTV shows you cheap ways to decorate patios and porches.
HGTV shows ways to update your small outdoor spaces on a budget.
Find out what garden tasks HGTV.com contributors are working on in February.
Sowing wildflower seeds while there's snow on the ground lets nature do the work.
This trap featured on HGTV.com will keep carpenter bees from destroying your home.
Try these easy, inexpensive ideas from HGTV.com for starting seeds indoors and out, including using egg shells, newspaper, recycled milk jugs and more.
Follow these pointers to bring some Irish flair stateside.