Discover and Locate Select Plants For The Home Garden At New Website

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From avid gardeners to first time homeowners, everyone is eager to know "what's really cool" for spring when it comes to plants for the home garden.

From avid gardeners to first time homeowners, everyone is eager to know “what’s really cool” for spring when it comes to plants for the home garden.

Each year hundreds of fantastic plants are in the marketplace, but up until now, gardeners have had to depend on their friends to tell them where to get the best plants and other home garden products

Now it is easier than ever to learn about the latest rose plant or hottest new tropical flowers with the launch of http://www.WayHot100.com. The new website showcases more than 100 favorite new plants from the editors of Garden Design magazine.

Garden Design magazine publisher Diane Turner says her staff is thrilled with solving the age old question, “Where can get I get the plant I see in the magazine?”

“Home garden enthusiasts who want the plants they see in Garden Design’s Hot 100 issue can now use our resource which tells who sells the plants they want,” she says. “This is a tremendous accomplishment and benchmark for us, a traditional print magazine publisher, to be able to fulfill the dreams we inspire with the click of a mouse.”

“We are able to give the home gardener the information they really want,” says Steve Cissel, the publisher of the Lawn and Garden Yellow Pages http://www.LGYP.com. “Our publishing partnership with Garden Design magazine finally puts the gardener in control of products and plant information. Sometimes gardening can be overwhelming when you don’t know where to start. The resources we’ve created are a breath of fresh air in the gardening space.”

For more information on the Way Hot 100 web site, please visit http://www.WayHot100.com.

Visit http://www.LGYP.com for a full array of products, services and information for the home garden.

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