Just in Time for Spring, Gardening Stuff Opens with Their Spring Lineup
Gardening Stuff is the web home for gardening enthusiasts. The website offers a plethora of unique gardening items and information for beginners and experts.
West Branch, MI, April 15 2016 – Spring has finally rolled in and people are getting outdoors and making plans for their summer gardens. This is one of the busiest times of year for gardeners as they prepare soil, purchase seeds, and begin their indoor sprouting. In anticipation, Gardening Stuff, the Michigan-based gardening store is working on their new blog and additions to their online inventory. Gardening Stuff wants to be more than just another online business. The entire team wishes to build a community of gardeners and those who love spending time outdoors.
“When I first began gardening I made a lot of mistakes,” says operator Rhonda Kruch. “If I had more information I probably would have saved myself time and money and helped the plants I was trying to nurture. Everything in our store is something that we believe is useful, or unique. We didn’t want to be Home Depot, we want to be that corner store on the web where you can buy things for your garden but also talk to people and get good advice.”
The store contains the standard gardening merchandise like the expandable hose or sprinkler systems, but it also has more unique, decorative items like the glass bulb flower containers , Bluetooth enabled outdoor lawn lamps and bird houses. The store will continually add new items as the season progresses of both decorative and functional stock.
Gardening Stuff wants to develop relationships with customers, encourage first-time gardeners, and provide the type of useful information and support a gardening community needs to be successful. Expect to find items like the worm gardens and Hydroponic systems in the future, along with more items of whimsy like the Succulents Flower Pot. “There are many online stores selling gardening supplies, so we knew that we need to do things a little differently. Our approach is to bring more to the table than a collection of items for purchase. We want to provide a place to go for answers.”
For more information about the store or to visit the blog, go to: www.gardeningstuff.net