Nozzles with Swivel Connect

From the moment you pick it up, you’ll notice these nozzles are different. Designed with mobility in mind, they feature Gilmour’s innovative Swivel Connect.

Winter Gardening Tips to Tackle in the Off Season

As winter marches on, avid gardeners become more and more eager to get growing. While you may not be able to dig your spade


Drought Tolerant Landscaping to Keep Your Yard Looking Fresh When Water is Sparse

When gardening in a drought, it’s sometimes easier to just throw in the towel (er, the trowel) and put your yard on hiatus in the height of summer. Longer days and rising

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The Ultimate Guide to Starting a Vegetable Garden

Vegetable gardens are no longer just a thing for farmers and big backyards – these days, even an urbanite can grow food on a balcony or roof. In many locales, a front

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Container Gardening Ideas for Small Spaces

Gardens don’t need a lot of space to be special, nor do they have to be in the ground at all. When it comes

5 Garden Tools You’re Not Using (But Should)

Remember the saying “Work smarter, not harder”? Thing is, it still rings true—especially when it comes to gardening. There are many good reasons why

5 Mistakes to Avoid When Starting Your Garden

Spring is finally here, and we’re all eager to get out there and plant. But there are some things you should absolutely not do

Build Your Garden Command Center

This spring, you’ll zip through your outdoor chores when you can find your watering and gardening tools quickly and easily. Take advantage of this


Get Growing Before Spring Arrives

If you’re eager to get growing before the weather warms up, starting your garden from seed is an easy, inexpensive way to get ahead of the game. Starting plants from seed isn’t

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Water-Saving Tips & Tricks

Saving water in the garden doesn’t necessarily have to involve swapping your lawn for succulents, setting up a graywater irrigation system or running around the yard and reusing your kitchen sink run-off.

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Top 3 Spray Patterns to Make Your Garden Flourish

When I moved into my most recent house I had to leave my gardening equipment behind for a few months. All there was in

Mulching 101: The Ultimate Guide to Mulching

Mulching. There are few gardening tasks that will make such a large impact on your yard. In one fell swoop, you can suppress weeds,

How to Control Common Garden Pests Naturally

It’s all too easy to solve a garden pest control dilemma in your garden by reaching for one of the many synthetic sprays or

Keep It Growing: What to Plant Now for Fall

For most people, summer is the peak season for a vegetable garden as all the fruits of your labor become realized—literally! But you can


Vibrant Gardens Using Drought Tolerant Vegetables

Love vegetable gardening, but live in drought-like conditions? These drought-tolerant vegetables will thrive even in the hottest temperatures. Get started today! With summer looming, the heat and drought ahead may mean you’re

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Vacation-Proof Gardens

Taking that well-deserved vacation is all about leaving your responsibilities at home, even the ones you enjoy—like tending to your garden. Although you can take a vacation, your plants certainly can’t. Does

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Interplanting Your Vegetable Garden with Flowers

Aside from aesthetics, flowers have several important—and sometimes overlooked—roles in a vegetable garden. They function as trap crops, attract beneficial insects, repel garden pests

Watering Well: The Right Tools for Any Task

Want to save time, money and hassle? Set yourself up to water with ease with the right tools and equipment. Faced with the array

Create an Indoor Herb Garden for Good Health

The end of summer doesn’t have to mean the end of your favorite herbs in the garden. Fresh herbs add an impressive culinary finish

Top Fall Gardening To-dos

Fall isn’t really the end of the gardening season—it is the beginning of a rich, colorful and very beautiful time in the garden. The


Our 5 Favorite Gardening Trends of 2016

It wasn’t too long ago that vertical gardens, container gardens and edible gardens were fresh and exciting trends making their rounds at flower shows and on blogs. Now it seems they are

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Weed-free Gardening: Learn How to Prevent Weeds from Growing Before They Start!

When’s the best time to pull a weed? Yesterday. When’s the second best time? Now. It’s an old joke, but there’s actually a lot of truth to it – the earlier you

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Manage Pests Naturally With Companion Planting

Pests are a natural part of any garden, no matter how well you stay on top of pruning and fertilizing. Even watering habits can

Fall’s Bonus Harvest

Any true lover of vegetables knows Brussels sprouts are sweeter after they’ve been through a frost. In fact, there are lots of vegetables to

Spring Into Action: What to Plant First

Spring officially begins on March 20, but if you’re just getting around to dusting off the trowel and starting your seeds on that day,

What’s Trending in the Gardening World in 2017

Once the soil starts to thaw and new seedlings emerge, we’re predicting a strong and steady move toward planting vegetables instead of lawns, cultivating


Gardening Gear You Didn’t Know You Needed

At the start of each gardening season, we tend to lean on the same familiar tools we’ve always relied on. That trusty hose, all-purpose sprinkler and watering nozzle are the essentials for

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Think Outside the Container

Container gardening is a growing trend. Whether it’s a DIY herb garden or an efficient small-space display, everyone is talking about the beauty of container gardens. Containers add a pop of personality

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Achieve Your Top 5 Garden Goals

Winter affords a little extra down time for most gardeners, which makes it the perfect season for planning. Now’s the time to set your

Use Dog-safe Plants & Flowers to Create a Lush Landscape for Your Dog-friendly Garden

We’ve all heard those stories about dogs destroying flower beds, digging huge holes in the lawn or eating potentially harmful foliage. But your dog

Gardening on the Fringe

If you’re lucky enough to live in a mild climate, there’s no need to hibernate through the winter. In areas on the northern fringes

Hidden Garden Problems

Even if you follow expert gardening advice to a T and do your homework before planting, growing flowers and plants is not a perfect


Winter Gardening To-dos

Winter is a time to slow down, catch up on your garden-related reading and enjoy the view from your armchair by the fire. It’s when we reflect on last season’s successes and

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3 Types of Gardens to Make Your Yard Stand Out

When it comes to planning and executing a garden, the limitless array of options can be overwhelming. From water-wise landscapes to edible planting beds, there’s a lot to consider: designs that fit

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Marry Your Flowers and Veggies: Companion Planting Guide to Your Garden

Gardeners know that a diverse mix of plants, from annuals and perennials to flowers and vegetables, makes for a healthier garden. But did you

Start Seeds Like an Expert

Growing your own plants from seed is a great way to maximize a garden on a budget. Seed packets cost only a couple of

The Ultimate Guide to Transplanting in Your Garden

Transplanting in your garden is another way of getting something planted or moved to the right place. There are two ways to transplant; buy

Tomato Plant Problems from Diseases to Pests & How to Fix Them

Given the right conditions, tomatoes will practically grow themselves. The basic formula is heat, full sun, nutrient rich soil that’s free draining, consistent water,


Vegetable Garden Tips & Tricks for High Yield Gardens

Nothing compares to home-grown vegetables. When you grow your own food, the flavor and texture far surpass anything you can buy at the store. To harvest the best flavor from vegetables, try

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Growing and Maintaining a Healthy Green Lawn

A healthy lawn isn’t just a pretty, lush carpet of green – it serves as the foundation for your home. It’s the center of your landscaping, the frame for your gardens and

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Find the Right Hose for You

A good hose is an important – and hard-working – garden tool, but choosing the best one can be confusing. Your local home improvement

5 Tips for Seed Starting in the Summer for Fall Crops

When gardeners think of seed starting, spring usually takes the cake. After all, that’s when we’re most eager, most energized, and finally ready to

7 Heat-Tolerant Plants that Love the Sun

Even in the peak of summer, there’s no reason your garden can’t be as colorful, vibrant, and lush as your springtime landscape. In fact,

Heat Stress in Plants: How to Care for and Protect Plants from Sun Damage

What Causes Heat Stress in Plants When temperatures start creeping above 85 degrees, you’re not the only one who’s stressed. Most plants suffer when


Identifying Weeds: A Guide to Common Garden Weeds

Most people weed their lawns and gardens religiously throughout the growing season, pulling up unwanted plants that often sneak into the vegetable beds or line the edges of their walkways. But did

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The Ultimate Guide to Dividing Perennials

Dividing perennials, such as hostas, daylilies and peonies, is a great way to make the most of plants already in your garden. Plants that have multiplied into big clumps can take over

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Steps to Growing and Caring for Potted Plants

Potted plants allow you to enjoy gardening in a small space such as a patio or a porch. In larger gardens, flower pots are

Summer Vegetable Gardening – Learn Which Vegetables to Grow in Summer Months

Make the most of warm summer days by growing sun-loving vegetables that offer high yields with little effort. Start with the veggies you love

The Ultimate Guide to Caring for Shrubs

When designing your outdoor space, consider adding shrubs. They make great additions around the foundations of a house or as privacy walls. Shrubs provide

10 Best Summer Blooming Flowers

What would summer be without flowers? The warm months of summer are when many of the varieties we know and love bloom, making every


Facebook Live: Basil Plant Care

So, your basil plant is flowering. Now what? Find out from Emily Murphy of @PassthePistil the best way to care for basil from our recent Facebook Live.

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Facebook Live: Easy Herbs to Grow

Short on time? Grow thyme. Emily Murphy of @PassthePistil shares her picks for a low-maintenance herb garden during our recent Facebook Live.

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Facebook Live: Sun and Shade

Some herbs love the sun, but others demand shade. Emily from @PassthePistil shares where to plant which herbs for the best (and tastiest!) results during our recent

Gardening Gear

At the start of each gardening season we all tend to use the same familiar watering tools we’ve always relied on. I know I’ve

Discover Easy-to-grow Kids Plants for Your Home

If you were lucky to have a garden as a child, you probably also have a treasure trove of memories that have stayed with

Fall Vegetables – Which Veggies Grow Best in Fall?

As the season starts to dwindle, the last thing on your mind is probably planting fall crops during the dog days of summer. But


Fall Flowers to Plant

Summer often takes the cake for having the showiest, boldest, and brightest blooms, but fall’s no slouch either. After laying low all season, these late-blooming flowers will surprise you with their dazzling

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Learn How to Till Your Garden

When creating a space for a new flower bed or veggie garden, it’s important to first prepare the soil. This is especially true if you’re working with compacted or clay soil. Tilling

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A Complete Guide to Winter Vegetable Gardening

With cooler temperatures upon us and winter just around the corner, it’s time to consider which garden vegetables to grow and how best to

A Guide to Growing and Caring for Succulents

What are Succulents? Succulents are plants with fleshy, thickened leaves and/or swollen stems that store water. The word “succulent” comes from the Latin word

Cold Hardy Vegetables for Cool Season Growing

As soon as the autumnal equinox arrives and the days start to shorten, many gardeners hang up their trowels and call the season good

The Ultimate Guide to Growing Sunflowers

Nothing says summer like bright rows of brilliant Helianthus flowers, commonly known of as sunflowers. Easy to grow, this North American native is a


Growing Lush, Green, Crisp Lettuce

You might not be surprised to find out that the most widely planted salad vegetable in the United States is lettuce. As the foundation of your salad and your garden, lettuce is

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Growing and Caring for Beautiful Hydrangea Flowers

If you’re looking for a garden flower with show appeal, hydrangea flowers are truly stunning. Large globes of flowers cover this shrub in summer and spring. Although their appearance may seem high

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Geranium Care: The Ultimate Guide to Growing Geranium Flowers

The geranium is an iconic, fragrant garden flower. American growers first fell in love with the geranium flower over 200 years ago, and it’s

Chrysanthemums: The Ultimate Guide to Growing Beautiful Mums

It seems as soon as the air cools, signaling the coming of fall, garden centers begin showcasing full mounds of brilliant red, yellow, and

Artichoke Plant: The Ultimate Guide to Growing Artichokes

With long, silvery leaves and strikingly attractive blooms, the artichoke is a unique addition to your vegetable garden. Growing artichokes isn’t difficult, and with

Interactive U.S. Planting Zone Map for 2018

 What You’ll Learn: What Are Planting Zones? What Planting Zone Am I In? What is Plant Hardiness? Breakdown of Plant Hardiness Zones What


What Flower Am I Quiz

What Type of Flower Am I? Learn what kind of flower matches your personality with this interactive quiz! We’ve created profiles for 8 different types of flowers and mapped your personality quiz

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