We tested natural weed-killing solutions.
This Atlanta garden featured on HGTV is a stunner with tons of plant color and texture and various zones for playing golf, swimming, gardening, hanging out and cooking.
Give summer-fresh gazpacho a tropical twist with a mango-licious base.
HGTV.com shows natives you should be growing, including native plants bee balm, butterfly weed, aster, wild indigo and black-eyed susan.
The gardening experts at HGTV.com share how to help #savethebees and other pollinators with a container garden full of flowers that bees and butterflies can't resist.
No time to garden? Learn 10 easy tricks to multiply minutes in the garden.
HGTV shows you how to make a tiny s'mores "fire pit" for even the smallest indoor or outdoor space.
HGTV.com showcases typical tomato problems, including late blight, blossom end rot and tomato hornworm. Learn how to fix tomato problems.
HGTV shares the surprising houseplants that are the most popular in each of the United States.
HGTV shares ideas for drawing inspiration from nature to transform challenging spaces into scree gardens for drought-tolerant, sun-loving plants.
Brew a refreshing tea from garden herbs with these picks from HGTV..
Life is just a bowl of cherries—unless you chop ‘em up and add nectarines for a delectable salsa.
HGTV offers great ways to identify and treat caterpillar damage in your garden.
Find out how to use shade to your advantage as well as integrate quirky garden art into your garden in this HGTV tour.
Find the best plants to cure your craze for hydrangeas with HGTV.com.
Celebrate summer with luscious watermelon you grow yourself.
HGTV shares ways to troubleshoot when houseplant pests and diseases happen.
Discover easiest tropical plants to grow from experts at HGTV, including air plant, ti plant, Meyer lemon and orange jasmine.
Let the experts at HGTV help you find the best flowers for drying.
HGTV shows you how to make purple fruits and vegetables that contain healing antioxidants part of your healthy diet.
It's more than just "stuff."
Grab your pruners—early summer is the time to snip and clip all kinds of plants.
Try a DIY pectin for your homegrown jams and jellies.
HGTV.com explains common garden plant diseases, including tomato blight, blossom end rot, powdery mildew, tree gall and snow mold.