Does Home Depot Do Landscape Projects?

Answer:

We have all the landscaping supplies you need to make your landscape projects go easy. After all, your landscaping is an extension of your home. Think of The Home Depot as your landscape supply store, where you can find all the landscape products, hardscape materials and garden materials you need.


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Frequently Asked Questions

How much does a landscape project cost?

A landscaping project can cost anywhere from $5,000 to over $100,000. When deciding on a budget keep in mind that investing in professional landscaping will greatly add to the value of your home. A general rule of thumb is to spend 10% of your home's value on landscaping.

How much money does the Home Depot give?

We believe in neighbors giving their time, rolling up their sleeves and getting dirty to improve their community. Through our Community Impact Grants, we award up to $5,000 to registered nonprofit organizations to help fund community projects.

Can you return a dead plant at Home Depot?

At The Home Depot you can actually return a dead plant! The Home Depot’s garden sales come with a one-year guarantee. This means if your tree or plant dies despite proper care, you can return it for a full refund even after you’ve planted it. This guarantee is great for those DIYers who aren’t confident in their plant nurturing skills.

What kind of grants does Home Depot give?

Through our Community Impact Grants, we award up to $5,000 to registered nonprofit organizations to help fund community projects. Our Veteran Housing Grants Program was created to help nonprofits fund the development and repair of multi-unit veteran housing facilities. Awards typically range from $100,000 to $500,000.

What kind of crafts do kids do at Home Depot?

While Supplies Last – Online Only. They don’t always repeat the same kids’ workshop projects each year, but here are the 2019 Home Depot workshop crafts that happened if you want to look at the trend: May 4 – Blooming art (wooden flowers on a hanging frame) Nov 2 & 30 – American Eagle & Reindeer picture ornament

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