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Garden Club

Get your garden growing with these simple tips and party how-tos. We have recipes, too, for the herbs and veggies you grew yourself!

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A perennial bed offers beauty for the gardener and nourishment for the ecosystem. Follow Julie at Southern Wild Designs as she shares the perennial garden she carved out of a corner of her lawn. || Julie@Into the Southern Wild: Garden design, garden writer, diy home projects

Got Sun? Get Perennials! - Southern Wild Design

Hardy herbs with woody stems like lavender, thyme and rosemary take well to drying. The best time to harvest herbs for drying is while they are budding, just before blooming. Using sharp scissors, trim the stems and bundle them with kitchen twine. Read more about preserving your herbal harvest at The Home Depot's Garden Club.

How to Preserve and Use Your Herbal Harvest | Garden Club

Here's the cage to match all tomato plant cages. It's the ultimate, or so its name says and it's designed to hold the heaviest of tomatoes (or other veggies) growing in your garden.

Gardener's Blue Ribbon Ultomato Tomato Plant Cage-TMC60 - The Home Depot

Rain chains make a beautiful sound when it pours. They also provide beauty and tranquility in your landscape. On the more practical side, they guide water from your gutters to the ground in place of downspouts and keep water away from the foundation of your home. See five ideas for installing a rain chain, at The Home Depot's Garden Club blog.

Catch the Rain with a Chain | Garden Club

If you deadhead your spent flowers, make sure you're doing it the right way. Blogger Niki Jabour of Savvy Gardening shows you how. || Savvy Gardening

Deadheading basics | Savvy Gardening | Cultivating curiosity and confidence

More than just a heavenly scent, lavender can be used in baked goods, like this buttery shortbread created by Kevin Lee Jacobs of A Garden for the House. Harvest lavender from your own herb garden and follow his step by step instructions. || Kevin Lee Jacobs

Easy Lavender Shortbread Cookies

When the mercury rises, lantana is a colorful bloom that can the heat and a variety of conditions. It's the perfect choice and in some regions comes back year after year. Learn about more plants that can take the heat on The Home Depot's Garden Club blog.

Plants that Can Take the Heat | Garden Club

Gerbera Daisies add color to containers and cut arrangements. Along with caladiums, they will carry your garden through the hottest days of summer. Learn more about Gerbera Daisies with The Home Depot's plant search tool.

Home Depot | Garden Club Plant Search

Stargazer lilies love full sun and well-drained soil. They reward gardeners with undeniably brilliant blooms and a spicy fragrance.

OnlinePlantCenter 1 gal. Stargazer Oriental Lily Plant-L865CL - The Home Depot
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    Cheryl Wilhelm Dickson

    Deers love them. Beware they cleaned me out last year over 15 plant 7 ~ 10 per plant gone over night.

For a garden of enduring color, you can't miss when you plant hydrangeas. Look for pinks, reds, blues and purples in The Home Depot Garden Center, and click through to read more about growing these rewarding perennial shrubs.

How To Grow Hydrangeas | Garden Club

Instant dish garden: gather succulents and plop them (container and all) in a wood crate. Read more about these no-fuss plants at The Home Depot's Garden Club.

Display Succulents in Style | Garden Club

"In keeping with the fuchsia flower theme, I couldn’t resist this Clownfish Dianthus plant by Viva! Brand. I love that these flowers are a different shape than the others in our outdoor living room – they’re so much fun!" || Stephanie Shore Fisher

Colorful Updates to a Flower-Filled Outdoor Living Room

Going on vacation? Don't let your grass, blooms and other plants get heat exhaustion. Automatically water your garden and yard with this two-zone water timer.

Melnor Automatic 2-Outlet Hose Timer-557-869 - The Home Depot

When the weather is hot, it's not too late to plant blooms. Marigolds are a great choice. Check out our tips to successful gardening in the heat.

Plants that Can Take the Heat | Garden Club

Add some quick color to your garden. Try these tips, including Drop N Blooms.

Quick Color Container Gardening | Garden Club
  • Patricia Brown
    Patricia Brown

    Love it,mine is still as beautiful as ever.

Grow plants year round. This solar shed makes a terrific potting shed and storage space for your gardening tools.

Handy Home Products Phoenix 10 ft. x 8 ft. Solar Shed with Floor Kit-18160-3 - The Home Depot

Fern moss cones look beautiful hanging from your fence post or on your porch. Just mist the planter with water to keep it looking fresh.

Pride Garden Products 12 in. Fern Moss Cone Coconut Fiber Hanging Planter with Brown Chain-99383 - The Home Depot

Who needs flowers when you can have the vibrant foliage of coleus? Coleus likes part shade, so keep it out of afternoon sun and water several times a week. Plant alongside popular shade perennials like hosta and heuchera, and annuals like impatiens and nicotiana. For more companion plants, check out The Home Depot's Garden Club.

Perfect Companion Plants for Hostas | Garden Club

Even birds need a break from the heat! Feathered friends will love to drink and bathe in this rust-free cast aluminum bath.

Oakland Living Crane Lily Birdbath-5608-AB - The Home Depot

Garden Phlox 'Flame Purple' blooms in stunning magenta with fragrant flowers. Phlox can grow in a sunny border or a container and attracts pollinators like butterflies and bees. Learn more about pollinators and plants at The Home Depot's Garden Club.

How To Attract Pollinators To Your Garden | Garden Club

Easy-care succulents are adaptable to whimsical planters like this repurposed watering can. If using an up-cycled container, be sure to provide adequate drainage, and use a potting soil designed especially for succulents. For more tips on displaying succulents in style, click through to The Home Depot's Garden Club.

Display Succulents in Style | Garden Club

The Empress of Dirt sets forth an imaginative and easy first gardening project, growing Fairy Carrots in jars. Melissa J. Will will inspire gardeners young and old. || Melissa ❤

How To Grow Fairy Carrots In Jars - Empress of Dirt

Make your outdoor space more livable with these five tips from Northeast Florida gardener Steve Asbell, and get a tour of the tropicals in his garden. || Steve Asbell

5 Things to do in the Summer Garden

Made from 100% recycled rubber, these self-watering planters provide an elegant look while remaining an earth-friendly choice. They help conserve water, and they'll keep your plants watered even when you're out of town.

Multy Home 14 in. x 27.5 in. Slate Rubber Self Watering Planter-MT5100067 - The Home Depot

Just because you'll be home for just a few days here and there this summer doesn't mean you can't have a garden. Read "7 Houseplants for the World Traveler" from The Transatlantic for indoor gardening inspiration. || Lauren Zwanziger

7 Houseplants for the World Traveler