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I like to think of all the green in our gardens as a ‘little black dress’; it is classic and never goes out of style. You can use that black dress as a background palette, dolling it up each year with accessories featuring whatever is the hot fashion color that year.

The manicured lawns and the gorgeous plantings around the grounds at Wimbledon serve as a unique garden style inspiration.

My design goals for this outdoor makeover were: use HGTV HOME products, repurpose the home’s existing pieces of outdoor furniture, plant containers and other bits of outdoor décor and... make everything look gorgeous!

Posted by on in Decorating & Style

One of the best things I ever did as a new gardener learning about plants and garden design was touring local public gardens and parks as well as gardens in my own neighborhood. Not only did I get to know some pretty remarkable gardeners who were more than happy to share their garden knowledge with me, I was able to see how a garden and its plants changed day-to-day. 

Easy, peasy front door style. It's simple to style your front door with our One-Step Style™ gallons you can pop in to decorative containers and hanging baskets.

Container gardening is big on trend again this year. The great news is it’s totally do-able, even if you’re short on time and gardening expertise, thanks to Expressions Annuals™ from our HGTV HOME Plant Collection.

When spring rolls around, get your yard ready to be bold with these hot pinks: annuals, perennials and shrubs.

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!