Richmond, VA, April 09, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Across the Nation, climatic shifts occur. “Challenging,” says Glen Allen, VA based The Wright Scoop – Sylvia Hoehns Wright, founder of the Plants of Care plant recognition program and recipient of the Turning America from Eco-weak to Eco-chic award, “all to identify plants which enable eco sustainable urban suburban landscapes." As a result, Wright recognizes American Beauties Native Plants as ‘plants of CARE’ for their eco sustainable characteristics and ability to connect people to living green that surrounds them.
The American Beauties™ –
American Beauties LLC, a partnership between Prides Corner Farms located Lebanon CT, and North Creek Nurseries located Landenberg PA, is a team of experts dedicated to identifying plants which guarantee landscapes that provide food and habitat for a variety of desirable critters. Launched in the spring 2006 in the Northeastern USA, plans are underway to make this program available in other parts of the country. Look for informative and easy-to-shop American Beauties displays at your independent garden centers. Purchasing an American Beauties plant will bring life to your garden and also helps a great cause. Every American Beauties plant sold benefits the National Wildlife Federation (NWF), their work to create better home landscape environments for you and the colorful garden critters you love. For additional details, visit the American Beauties web site, www.abnativeplants.com.
Landscape Gardens of CARE -
“Eco-sustainable spaces and the plants that inhabit these spaces,” says Wright, “are not simply a result of lifestyle choices but reflect how we feel about the environment. So, in addition to plant sustainability, what makes the American Beauties Native Plant collection different? These plants are identified to flourish in multiple climate zones, recognized as enabling eco sustainable habitats; and through their vibrant characteristics, have intrigued mankind for centuries.” Whether an experienced landscape professional or novice homeowner, Wright’s advocacy challenges all to not simple identify plants that survive but thrive. “For,” says Wright, “any style landscape should not simply reflect traditional design concepts but be a result of the right plant, installed in the right place at the right (optimal) planting season - creating a legacy of green, healthier urban/suburban communities.”
About Wright –
As a hands-on landscape gardener who participates in nation-wide regional plant testing, Wright gained familiarity with programs such as the ‘Southern Living Plant Collection’, ‘Proven Winners’, ‘Plants that Work’ and many more. While a plant proven to enable landscape gardens of CARE could be identified by any one of these programs, it is spotlighted by Wright for its ability to inspire people to CARE – have an eco connection of conservation, accountability, recovery and efficiency to the living green that surrounds them.
Urging all to become people who CARE, the Wright Scoop – Sylvia Hoehns Wright - offers one-on-one consulting, speeches and workshops and has published a series of eco books. For details of her activities, link to web site www.TheWrightScoop.com or contact Sylvia@TheWrightScoop.com or follow her activities through facebook group The Wright Scoop or twitter ID WrightScoop.
Identified by Landscape Architect magazine as an Industry ‘mover and shaker’, Wright, the founder of the Plants of Care plant recognition program and recipient of the Turning America from Eco-weak to Eco-chic award, in honor of April as national ‘Keep America Beautiful’, ‘Lawn and Garden’ and Earth Day’ month’, has spotlighted American Beauties Native Plants as ‘Plants of CARE’ challenging all to select and install these plants, become people who CARE: commit to conservation, accountability, recovery and eco-efficiency.