The New LoveOnALeaf.com Gives Gardeners an Opportunity to Grow
New website provides gardeners and planters a forum to discuss a variety of related topics
[USPRwire, Mon Feb 13 2006] The creators of TheCelebrityCafe.com proudly announce the introduction of the new LoveOnALeaf.com. The site offers useful information for anyone with a green thumb – from the novice gardener to the established professional. Visitors communicate with one another via the online forum, offering personal insight and advice. This site covers a number of topics ranging from vegetable gardening to cultivating roses, while also including the more social element of a thread that allows users to introduce themselves to each other.
“I drew upon my own experiences as a gardener,” says founder Dominick Miserandino, “Throughout the years, I realized that the most valuable information I have gathered has been through personal efforts or tips I have received from fellow cultivators. LoveOnALeaf.com is an entire community of people who share this hobby, conveying their experiences and passing along acquired knowledge. Essentially, it’s a high-tech gardening club for the modern-day plant enthusiast.”
Guests can ask questions and make recommendations on such subjects as winter gardening, potted plants, growing herbs, window gardens, and one section even allows for the trading of seeds and plants. The most popular section of the forum gives users the opportunity to seek advice from professionals for more challenging issues.
Listed discussion threads include Pretty or Not, Every Rose Has Its Thorn, Plants You Can Eat, The Garden on the Windowsill, Culinary, Medicinal, Aromatic and other ideas, Say Hello, Give it away and get something new, Ask the Pros, and Decorative Stuff.
For more information, visit http://www.LoveOnALeaf.com
LoveOnALeaf.com is owned and operated from the same founding team as TheCelebrityCafe.com. LoveOnALeaf.com was developed in 2005 to provide plant lovers and garden growers an online community to discuss related issues. The site is formatted as a forum and offers a range of discussion threads including roses, culinary herbs, professional advice and decorative gardening tips.