HomeGardenandHomestead.com Releases Spring Home and Garden Guide
SANTA FE, NM — HomeGardenandHomestead.com has released its Spring 2016 online guide to the best new home and garden products. New for the spring season are new flowering perennials and roses, new seed varieties for edible and flowering plants, seed planting tools and accessories, new growing containers, outdoor apparel, garden tools, weed control products, effective ways to keep deer from eating garden plants, fertilizers and soil amendments, botanical products and ideas for natural household cleaning.
Also included in the new content on HomeGardenandHomestead.com are informational stories about home and garden topics, including “Five Tips to Fruit Tree Success” featuring tips from NatureHills.com and “Watch Downton Abbey Bloom in Your Rose Garden” that introduces the special new rose bushes from Weeks Roses that were inspired by the hit British TV show. Another timely story offers advice about how to prevent mosquito-borne diseases such as Zika virus and West Nile virus by reducing mosquito breeding grounds.
“Spring is when we venture outdoors again, so it’s only natural that our spring and summer stories feature lots of new gardening ideas and outdoor projects,” said Randall D. Schultz, content editor for Home, Garden and Homestead. “HomeGardenandHomestead.com is a digital destination designed to bring people closer to the lifestyle they want to live.”
Featured in the new content on www.HomeGardenandHomestead.com are stories about new and cool products from BioSafe Systems, Bloem Living, Botanical Interests, Burpee, Deer Defeat, Garden Voyage Botanicals, Irish Eyes Garden Seeds, Jackson & Perkins, Joseph Bentley Tools, Lehman’s, Logee’s, Minnie and Moon, Nature Hills Nursery, Nature’s Footprint, Park Seed, Power Planter, The Grow Box, Repellex, Sloggers, Summit Responsible Solutions, Tesselaar Plants, TRG/Groundskeeper Rake, Wayside Gardens and Weeks Roses.
Information in the Digital Age
HomeGardenandHomestead.com is described as “the guide to smart modern living” because of its broad content about new home and garden products ranging from tools to seasonally appropriate plants and gifts.
“One of the ironies of the digital age is that millions of people want to get closer to a more natural, simpler way of life,” said Schultz. “The modern home is a place where a family can enjoy all of the benefits of high-speed web access and also enjoy organic vegetables harvested from their own garden plot or container. It’s an interesting melding of the old and the new.”
Media professionals can use www.HomeGardenandHomestead.com as an online resource where they can download editorial content and royalty-free photos. Editors, writers, producers and other media professionals can instantly download text and digital image files by simply clicking on the Media Room link at the top of the Home page and then selecting a story category from the left navigation list. All of the text and image content on www.HomeGardenandHomestead.com is royalty and copyright free, and it can be used and disseminated by any editor, writer, blogger, producer or media person.
The Home, Garden and Homestead blog keeps visitors (both media and consumer) informed with new stories throughout the year and comments about home and garden trends.
For more information about www.HomeGardenandHomestead.com, contact Randall D. Schultz at firstname.lastname@example.org or 505-822-8222.
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