FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Gardening123.com Opens the Doors to a Home & Garden Shop in Its Virtual Community
Contact: Laura Rotroff, 770-788-4530, email@example.com
COVINGTON, GA, March 20, 2012 — Gardening123, an online gardening community, has launched a store with home and garden products and gifts. Visitors can purchase a number of items from heirloom seeds to garden tools and accessories.
For gardeners of all skill levels, Gardening123 is a single source for information on the growth and annual management of plants. Gardening123 has information on topics such as planting, pruning, fertilizing and watering, as well as an extensive database with information on more than 4,000 plants.
“Gardening123 combines our company’s background in plant protection products and services with our expertise in software development. Our goal from day one has been to develop a robust virtual space where community members can find information, develop new skills and interact around a shared interest,” said Keith Kelly, CEO of Kelly Products, Inc., the parent company of Gardening123. “We have many plans for this site and we will continue to add applications and products that will provide benefit to our members, because we do share their passion.”
Users can access articles from horticultural experts and participate in online gardening and plant courses as well as find answers to common gardening problems. Other tools include a grass seed finder, fertilizer selector and birdseed finder.
A member favorite is the monthly newsletter, full of seasonal and topical gardening articles, member photos and content from green industry experts.
“If you haven't subscribed to Gardening123, you are missing a wonderful website full of informative gardening updates,” recent post by Gardening123 member, Charlie Christian, to his gardening club.
Members can create a garden layout that meets their unique geographic growing area requirements with a special interactive tool. Members will receive detailed monthly care instructions organized by growing zone for fertilization, propagation and care tasks.