Hungry Gnome Gardenscapes Launches New Website for the Athens Area

New web resource for consumer education and awareness in Georgia.

Athens, GA, April 01, 2016 --( Hungry Gnome Gardenscapes today announced the launch of as an informational portal that features educational resources on subjects such as landscape design, landscape maintenance and garden consultations, and many other helpful gardening and landscaping tips for homeowners in the Athens, Georgia Area.

Development of other community minded features for are already underway and new user awareness guides from experts are already being added on the benefits of vegetable gardens, common irrigation problems, and environmentally friendly landscape design.

Clyde Yates of Hungry Gnome Gardenscapes said, "Our goal is to educate the community on how to get the best results for their gardening and landscape projects. Our website's informative and professional article sections are there to help everybody--not just our Hungry Gnome Gardenscapes customers. The depth of knowledge and resources at is 100% unbiased, concise, and free to all."

About Hungry Gnome Gardenscapes
If you're a homeowner located in Athens or the surrounding areas and you're looking for a good landscaping company, call on our professional landscapers at Hungry Gnome Gardenscapes. Whether it's installation, maintenance, or gardening, Hungry Gnome Gardenscapes can take care of all your landscaping needs to ensure you have a healthy, thriving landscape that's friendly to the environment. Hungry Gnome Gardenscapes can help you have a beautiful landscape that grows food for your family and supports native pollinators while using water conservation techniques. We use organic methods to install a landscape that has edible features and is bird-friendly. We also love to work with and educate our customers if they need help. We can identify plantings on an existing landscapes and advise on how best to take care of them or we can help you plan the perfect landscape to meet your needs. For more information, please visit
Hungry Gnome Gardenscapes
Clyde Yates