Wholesaler Angel Plants signs on with HGTV HOME® Plant Collection

Angel Plants Inc. of Long Island, New York, will be a new distribution partner of the HGTV HOME® Plant Collection in spring of 2014. They will focus on growing Expressions Annuals, Fine Vine™ Mandevillas and Patio-Ready Edibles. They pride themselves on offering a wide variety of products to their customers that is delivered on a frequent and timely basis. By expanding their product line with the HGTV HOME® Plant Collection, they are meeting their goal.

“Really it was a no-brainer decision for us to expand by adding the HGTV HOME® Plant Collection,” states Jim McLoughlin, Sales Representative from Angel Plants. “With it being America’s leading home and lifestyle brand, we know that it will be the most recognized brand in horticulture by consumers. There are already over 140 million people in America who know and trust the brand. This is definitely by far the biggest opportunity for retailers to increase their sales.”

Angels Plants is a leading wholesale supplier, who service customers from Virginia to New Hampshire. They have close connections with many of the country’s top growers due to decades of horticultural experienced staff and personal dedication to quality and service in the industry.

HGTV is the nation’s leading online home-and-garden destination that attracts an average of four million unique visitors per month. Their top-rated cable network is distributed to more than 98 million U.S. households in America; making it the leading home and lifestyle brand. Retailers would benefit greatly by adding this brand to their mix for the coming year. To do so, contact Angel Plants Inc. or the other 26 wholesalers who will be carrying this leading brand for 2014.

Angel Plants can be reached at 631.242.7788 or visit their website at www.angelplants.com. To speak to Jim directly, reach him at extension 127 or jmcloughlin@angelplants.com.

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