Less is more. That's your mantra when picking out hard materials such as brick, stone and wood for your garden.
Do your research and you'll wind up with a garden to love.
Explore the art of maze and labyrinth makers.
Small spaces can be chic. Learn how your own personal style can inspire your landscape design.
Planting a tree enhances your landscape, but choosing the right tree and position is important.
Use these plants recommended by HGTV to plan your low-water Northeast garden.
HGTV offers water-wise planting advice for gardeners in the Rockies and High Plains.
Huckleberry, bluestem, blue sage and other native plants help create this water-conservation garden.
Create a beautiful destination sitting area for your yard, and enjoy the fruits of cold-hardy cultivars.
Use this plan and plant list to create an earth-friendly entry garden that conserves and recycles rainwater.
Use this landscape design plan to provide fragrant, colorful plantings for your patio.
Imagine sitting in your own garden sanctuary, surrounded by beautiful native plants and attractive bamboo walls. Here's the plan for it.
Plant the best berries and fruit trees for hot, dry areas, and create a beautiful destination sitting area for your yard.
Purple coneflower, Mexican feather grass, blue flag iris, yucca and St. John's wort help add color and interest to this water-saving entryway garden.
Here's a landscape plan for a peaceful, private garden sanctuary that shines throughout the seasons.
Fragrant plants and stirring grasses bring extra charm to this beautiful garden sanctuary.
This landscape plan provides a fragrant, colorful "wrap" for any patio.
Evergreen huckleberry and Pacific madrone help accent this low-maintenance garden sanctuary.
Plant the best berries and fruit trees for your Northwest climate, and create a beautiful sitting area at the same time.
An earth-friendly exterior design helps conserve and recycle rainwater.
Scarlet sage, blue flag iris and beach sunflower team up in this water-saving entryway garden.
Use this guide to create a stimulating, sensory garden.
Learn how to use plants and flowers to create a unique garden space.
Too-tiny features in a big backyard (and vice versa) can make for awkward garden design. HGTV shows you how to strike just the right balance in this garden makeover.
Knowing whether your garden is shady or sunny, wind-battered or sheltered will help you determine a design plan.
These focal plants are guaranteed to catch—and keep—your attention when incorporated into your garden design.
Hedges, valleys, hills, high walls—these are just a few of the things that can affect the climate in your garden. Learn what to watch out for and how to make smart landscaping design plans.