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HGTV HOME Plant Collection

HGTV HOME Plant Collection

KNOW HOW!™ Gardening Tips and Landscape Inspiration From the Experts at HGTV


You know the HGTV HOME Plant Collection takes the guesswork out of gardening with annuals, perennials and shrubs that add impact to your home’s gardens and outdoor living spaces.  Did you know that HGTV also supports your gardening pleasure with KNOW HOW!™ – including gardening tips, landscape inspiration, and insights from the experts with answers to your plant care questions.  Look for HGTV KNOW HOW!™ on this website, Plant Collection plant tags and displays at your garden center.


You can also visit the individual ANNUALS and SHRUBS pages for specific KNOW HOW! on our plants and mixes.

Many plants are introduced every year, but how many really make the must-have list for gardeners around the country? These varieties below are sure to make it into gardens this coming spring and will have folks on the lookout to snatch them up. Don’t miss out!

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Once this lovely genera makes it way to retail shelves, we know that Christmas is close. What’s next though? What is needed for it to remain healthy long after Santa has returned to the North Pole?

Christmas Cactus, also known as Schlumbergera or Zygocactus, is often referred to by its common name because it starts to perform and bloom during the holiday season.  These nostalgic plants are often passed down through families by propagation or mature plants.

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Cyclamen come in a beautiful range of colors from bright pink to soft white and several colors in between. The foliage is dark green with beautiful heart-shaped patterns in either silver or white with some having gorgeous variegation. Like any plants, purchase those that have numerous buds rather than fully open flowers; resulting in more flowering while the plant is in your possession.