Houzz is the new way to design your home.
Regional Garden Guides 130 Ideabooks
As a way to make us appreciate what we had, I guess, my mother used to tell a girlhood story about trudging through the California foothills gathering red toyon berries to sell for holiday decorations. She wasn't the only toyon bandit. In the 1920s collecting toyon berries was so popular in Los Angeles, in particular, that...
Central Plains Gardener's December Checklist
Fall in love again as you discover your landscape anew, seeing it through the lens of winter and imagining the possibilities
Great Lakes Gardener's December Checklist
Learn the dangers — and benefits! — of snow in the garden, and how to decorate for the best look and the least damage
Mid-Atlantic Gardener's December Checklist
Let winter's slower pace set a relaxing rhythm — allowing your garden to rest now can be good for both of you
Northeast Gardener's December Checklist
Wildlife and evergreens provide plenty of winter interest, but barer views offer their own benefits for gardens
Rocky Mountain Gardener's December Checklist
Although the garden is dormant now, heed the call of the outdoors and spend time in your favorite garden space. Activities with family and friends, or a solo project to center yourself during the hectic holiday season, will bring you into the new year...
Southeast Gardener's December Checklist
Northeast Gardener's November Checklist
Let titian foliage and berries, silky milkweed, late-blooming asters and more lure you out into the autumn garden
Fall is winding down, but that doesn't mean it's stopping. Garden maintenance is ongoing, and with cooler temperatures and plants entering dormancy, it's still possible to dig and transplant, and to add...
Southwest Gardener's November Checklist
Comparing the American Southwest to colder, wetter areas in November is an interesting study. While much of the country is bundling up to endure months of winter, the Southwest is embracing this welcome cooling to enjoy outdoor living. No matter...
Texas Gardener's November Checklist
Planting and protecting are top priorities in the garden this month, so master the mulch and get those trees and shrubs in the ground
November just may be one of the most perfect months of the year — Indian summer is officially gone, and the days are marked by a crisp coolness that is a welcome relief from warm October temperatures. Use this time to get some significant garden chores...
Central Plains Gardener's November Checklist
Mulching, seeding, feeding — several small tasks to ensure a winter of activity, and a good spring start.
If you’re like me you, you feel conflicted about the November garden: one part of you would like to get outside and grab some fresh air, the other part of you is tired at the end of the gardening season. Lucky us — there are small yet important things...
California Gardener's November Checklist
In a season of traditions, let's take advantage of California's familiar — as well as quirky — planting opportunities
Southern California Gardener's November Checklist
Sow wildflower seeds while ye may, give berries some love and pay attention to produce for garden veggies all winter long
The days are growing shorter, and the scent of cinnamon and pumpkin pie will soon be in the air. It may seem like your garden is headed for its winter nap, but in Southern California there is always something you can do to make your beds as bountiful...
Rocky Mountain Gardener's November Checklist
The big fall gardening push is winding down, and we’re starting to look inward now, toward spending more time indoors in cozy warmth. However, there are still some days of beautiful weather to enjoy this month and a few more things to do in the garden...
Southeast Gardener's November Checklist
You're probably on top of planting bulbs, but don't forget to keep an eye on frost and drain your mower's gas tank