Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) March 16, 2007
Homeowners excited to begin planting their spring garden turn to RenovatorsPlace.com, a top online home improvement resource, for tips and advice on the ideal spring garden. As temperatures begin to rise, house renovation projects move outdoors with homeowners looking to enhance the curb appeal of their homes. Such homeowners can turn to RenovatorsPlace.com for articles on planting spring shade gardens, maintenance tips for the lawn and information on selecting and caring for plants in the garden (http://www.renovatorsplace.com/outdoor-improvements/gardening.cfm).
Last spring Therma-Tru Corporation conducted a survey to find out how homeowners get ideas for their home renovation projects. Lacking other resources, the survey found that 70 percent of homeowners simply tour neighborhoods looking for homes they like. Landscaping was found to have received the greatest scrutiny in these tours, with 94 percent of women and 84 percent of men studying the gardens and grounds. RenovatorsPlace.com saves site visitors time by providing spring gardening ideas and listing valuable resources and information home renovators need to enhance their homes' value.
Allen C. Haskell, an icon in the horticultural field, emphasized the importance of good maintenance, "Some people think you can plant a garden in 2000 and in 2050 it's still going to be wonderful. Well, things grow and things die." He espoused the importance of year-round garden care and cautioned against over planting. Planting a spring garden is no easy task, especially with so many gardeners still feeling the effects of winter. When homeowners take their house renovation projects outside to the garden RenovatorsPlace.com has the information they need to care for their gardens, landscaping projects and year-round home improvement projects. For more information please visit: http://www.renovatorsplace.com/outdoor-improvements/gardening.cfm.
RenovatorsPlace.com is an online home improvement resource that provides tips, articles and local contractor directories. It features interviews with homeowners and photos of their real remodeling experiences.