HGTV Launches All-New HGTVGardens.com Site Designed to Inspire, Inform and Engage Gardening Enthusiasts
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http://pdf.reuters.com/htmlnews/8knews.asp?i=43059c3bf0e37541&u=urn:newsml:reuters.com:20130306:nBw066173a NEW YORK--(Business Wire)-- Just in time for spring, HGTV today announces the launch of the all-new HGTVGardens.com, destined to quickly become gardening enthusiasts' favorite online destination. HGTVGardens.com offers beginners and plant pros alike everything they need to dig in and grow. This includes not only the expert guidance and inspiration that HGTV fans have come to expect from America's most popular shelter brand, but also a friendly and fast-growing online community of real gardeners supporting and helping one another every single day. Additionally, visitors to the new HGTVGardens will discover the site's best-in-class and easy-to-use Plant Finder tool, with comprehensive information on thousands of garden plants of every type, searchable by both common and botanical names. And because HGTVGardens is fully optimized for mobile use, gardeners with an iPhone or Android device can take the Plant Finder - along with all of HGTVGardens' other useful tools and features - right out into the yard or garden with them. "HGTVGardens is social engagement at its best, offering our audience the chance to share photo albums of their own gardens, search for perfect plants and flowers for their area, and ask questions of other gardeners," said Jillian St. Charles, vice president, programing and strategy, HGTV.com. "Whether you are a beginner installing your first raised bed or a seasoned grower with a no-fail formula, HGTVGardens is the place to find inspirational ideas and information for any skill level." The Plant Finder function, the most comprehensive and user-friendly online plant finder available, helps gardeners identify, select and grow the right plants in the right places. With each plant option sorted by zone, light requirement and moisture level - each accompanied by beautifully detailed photography - visitors can find the proper growth instructions for plants, shrubs and flowers best for their backyard. In addition, visitors can find a rotating assortment of related topics, including delicious recipes, flower arrangements and container gardening. The site now features an abundance of gorgeous garden photography for each section of the site, including Edibles, Flowers & Plants, Garden Basics, Landscaping and Lifestyle. Community members also can easily upload and share photos of their own garden spaces. About HGTVGardens.com HGTVGardens.com (http://www.hgtvgardens.com) is an online gardening site powered by HGTV, the No.1 source for home-related media content. Providing users with the latest information on all areas of gardening, HGTVGardens.com features expert advice, videos, articles and more. HGTVGardens.com is run by Scripps Networks Digital, a diversified multiplatform programmer that delights millions daily with award-winning content in the home, food and lifestyle categories. Scripps Networks Digital`s websites - HGTV.com, FoodNetwork.com, DIYNetwork.com, GACTV.com, Food.com, Food2.com, FrontDoor.com, TravelChannel.com and CookingChannelTV.com - are powered by engaging content, interactive tools and social spaces that take fans of Scripps Networks` cable brands further into the story and offer online users information and inspiration. Contact Info for Digital Press Releases: If you are a member of the media, please log on to the Scripps Networks Online Media Center (http://www.scrippsnetworksinteractive.com/newsroom) for the latest brand news, useful photos and graphics, detailed programming information, contacts and current research. Scripps Networks Amy Hammontree, 865.560.4639 firstname.lastname@example.org Copyright Business Wire 2013
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