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Posted by on in Gardening: A to Z

June is National Perennial Gardening month and an appropriate time to extol the virtues of these repeating blooming beauties.

Spring is about to pop, is your garden ready? From creating a color story to giving your garden a fresh cut, let us take the guesswork out of gardening with five simple Spring gardening tips.

Posted by on in Decorating & Style

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.

Posted by on in Decorating & Style

The hot days of summer! Plants that were lush and full of flowers in the spring are fading away due to the heat and your fall blooms are still several weeks out. So what do you do when your garden is in the summer transition? Focus on the colors and textures of foliage!

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

Posted by on in Gardening: A to Z

So many gardeners, especially those with little to no experience, approach gardening with some doubt and fear.  What if I kill it? What if my neighbors think my garden is ugly? What if my friend with a green thumb tells me I’m doing things wrong? What if...

Container gardening is not just big for 2015. It’s huge and growing in possibilities.

Posted by on in Decorating & Style

“A naturally robust and earthy wine red, Marsala enriches our minds, bodies and souls.” Um, yes please!

Posted by on in Decorating & Style

I recently visited Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Art Museum in Nashville on a chilly and overcast Saturday morning. I was there to check out the beautiful Christmas trees and live reindeer that are part of their “Holiday at Cheekwood” event.

Elbow Room host and Emmy winner Chip Wade gives the Jackson family a backyard makeover featuring HGTV HOME Plant Collection.

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. 

If white picket fences, arbors and trellises draped in climbing roses and flowers everywhere makes your heart skip a beat and hands reach for the trowel, then chances are the cottage garden is your garden style.

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.

Posted by on in Plant Care

I first fell for azaleas watching the Masters Golf Tournament every April. The landscaped areas of Augusta National in Georgia are overflowing with exquisite azaleas that pop on camera and in person. Sure, Augusta has professionals tending their azaleas but home gardeners can get the look with repeat super bloomer azalea varieties - Always Azaleas™ in Smart & Stylish Shrubs™ from the HGTV HOME Plant Collection.

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.

“What is your garden style?” This is not an easy question to answer when you are new to gardening.

Creating winter interest in the garden can be one of the most challenging tasks since purchases are made in the springtime. It takes willpower to hold back from buying what’s in bloom instead of what may be showy in the winter.

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