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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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Take gardening indoors with these three DIY hanging baskets. Whether as a gift or just because, try these fun projects ranging in difficulty from easy to moderate. Learn more at The Home Depot Garden Club.

3 DIY Projects to Try When it's Too Hot to Garden

Take gardening indoors with these three DIY hanging baskets. Whether as a gift or just because, try these fun projects ranging in difficulty from easy to moderate. Learn more at The Home Depot Garden Club.

Learn how you can transform your backyard into an oasis with these deck and patio ideas for various budgets and outdoor spaces. See it on The Home Depot's Garden Club.

Design a Backyard Haven on any Budget

Learn how you can transform your backyard into an oasis with these deck and patio ideas for various budgets and outdoor spaces. See it on The Home Depot's Garden Club.

Low-maintenance perennials make the hottest days of summer bearable. Once established, many can make do on just rainfall or weekly waterings from the hose. Learn more about low-maintenance perennials at The Home Depot's Garden Club.

Garden Smarter When you Plant These 5 Low-Maintenance Perennials

Low-maintenance perennials make the hottest days of summer bearable. Once established, many can make do on just rainfall or weekly waterings from the hose. Learn more about low-maintenance perennials at The Home Depot's Garden Club.

Boxwoods are a popular drought-tolerant shrubs, but they're not the only choices when you want to save water in your yard. We have suggestions for tough plant selections cope with dry spells and look great all year long. See more about drought-tolerant plants at The Home Depot's Garden Club.

Toughen Up Your Landscape with 5 Drought-Tolerant Shrubs

Boxwoods are a popular drought-tolerant shrubs, but they're not the only choices when you want to save water in your yard. We have suggestions for tough plant selections cope with dry spells and look great all year long. See more about drought-tolerant plants at The Home Depot's Garden Club.

In our August Gardening Checklist: It's time to preserve your summer garden produce; cut your summer flowers for bouquets; aerate and reseed your lawn; and plan water wise changes for your landscape. Learn about those topics, along with regional gardening tips on The Home Depot's Garden Club.

Gardening Checklist for August

In our August Gardening Checklist: It's time to preserve your summer garden produce; cut your summer flowers for bouquets; aerate and reseed your lawn; and plan water wise changes for your landscape. Learn about those topics, along with regional gardening tips on The Home Depot's Garden Club.

It's called vintage, rustic, or shabby chic style, and it's perfect for the garden. All it takes is repurposiong secondhand items into creative containers for plants. Be inspired by these ideas at The Home Depot's Garden Club.

Try Vintage Garden Style with Shabby Chic Planters

It's called vintage, rustic, or shabby chic style, and it's perfect for the garden. All it takes is repurposiong secondhand items into creative containers for plants. Be inspired by these ideas at The Home Depot's Garden Club.

The fall is the best season for gardening. Learn how to grow greens and more at The Home Depot's Garden Club.

Get Your Garden Ready for Fall Greens and More

The fall is the best season for gardening. Learn how to grow greens and more at The Home Depot's Garden Club.

Keep your extra basil, mint, chives and other herbs preserved. It's simple. Just pour olive oil over the herbs in an ice cube tray and then freeze. It's so easy to have the fresh taste of your garden anytime.

What to Do With Your Extra Garden Vegetables

Keep your extra basil, mint, chives and other herbs preserved. Just pour olive oil over the herbs in an ice cube tray and then freeze. It's so easy to have the fresh taste of your garden anytime.

Yarrow, with its flat-topped clusters and lacy leaves is a favorite for butterflies. Plant in full sun with companions like Black-Eyed Susan, Candytuft and Salvia. Click through to the Garden Club to learn more about building a butterfly garden.

How to Make a Butterfly Island Bed

Yarrow, with its flat-topped clusters and lacy leaves is a favorite for butterflies. Plant in full sun with companions like Black-Eyed Susan, Candytuft and Salvia. Click through to the Garden Club to learn more about building a butterfly garden.

Dramatic delphinium is planted at the back or middle of the border, the better to show off its striking spikes of blue or purple (or both!) blooms. The tall stems may need support to make it through the season. Check out our Garden Club post on staking plants.

How To Stake Plants

Staking certain plants is an essential gardening task that can prevent the frustrations of seeing your beautiful flowers and enormous vegetable plants flop over with

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