New Nature-Lovers Web Site from Better Homes & Gardens

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Better Homes & Gardens Announces Community Based Web Site for Gardeners Who Love Nature

Better Homes & Gardens announces the launch of -- a community-based Web site for gardeners who love nature. Inspired by Nature's Garden the magazine, the Web site is building a community of green-hearted gardeners who will join discussions with like-minded nature-lovers, post photos of backyard wildlife, and share local and regional events with other nature enthusiasts.

"Finally here's a place on the Web for people like me," says Nature's Garden editor James A. Baggett. "People who enjoy attracting birds and butterflies, people who want easy ways to incorporate healthful garden practices, and people who want to share their love of the natural world."

The Web site and Nature's Garden magazine (on sale now at all major newsstands) are dedicated to making the world a better backyard at a time. The magazine, published twice a year, is filled with backyard wildlife, birds and butterflies, certified backyard wildlife habitats, organic gardens, rooftop gardens, clip-and-save field guides, easy nature-inspired projects for the home garden, community efforts, book reviews, and a whole lot more. The Web site promises to be a great place for eco-friendly gardeners to connect with others.

Here's some of what visitors can do at

  • Share local garden and nature events with other gardeners. Find out about garden tours, plant sales, nature walks, classes, workshops, bird walks, and more!
  • Check out discussion groups.
  • Share tips for attracting feathered friends to your garden or finding better, easier ways to garden in harmony with nature.
  • Post favorite photos you have taken of your garden and backyard wildlife!
  • Create your own profile so your friends can find you and meet other gardeners!
  • Post your online journal or blog.

What are you waiting for? Click on and start exploring! And don't forget to bookmark the page so you can check in every day to see what's new.

To schedule an interview, request an image of the home page, or to receive a copy of Nature's Garden magazine, e-mail James A. Baggett at james.baggett @ or call Heather Knowles at (515) 284-3048.

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