Triumph Plant Company Assists With the "Million Pollinator Garden Challenge"

President Obama and the Nation's wild life advocates have issued a challenge to plant one million flower gardens to promote and encourage the habitats of bees, butterflies and song birds; Triumph Plant Company joins this environmental effort, by offering three easy to grow gardens - specifically designed for each of those species.

02 Dec, 2015, 08:45 ET from Triumph Plant Company

NEW CITY, N.Y., Dec. 2, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Jim Johansen of Triumph Plant Company announced today the introduction for three new pre-seeded gardens that are formulated to attract butterflies, song birds and bees. These gardens have a professionally prepared seed mix that is designed specifically to attract these pollinators. The colorful flower mix will also look beautiful throughout neighborhoods and communities.

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'The Million Garden Challenge' is a powerful effort to get the public involved in creating habitats that encourage pollinating insects and birds.  By planting gardens that promote healthy habitats and hives, Americans can assist these hard working species.  Triumph offers a convenient and affordable flower garden collection, which contains the seed to grow such gardens.  Additionally, these easy gardens can be grown in a planter or flower bed, in a hanging basket, or on a windowsill. 'Here is a collection offering the homeowner three easy to grow flower gardens that can help nature's hardest workers. We believe that attractive gardens can serve many purposes," says Johansen.

More information can be seen at www.triumphplant.com. Jim Johansen can be reached by phone at (845) 634 5060 or by fax (845) 634 5647 or by email at Email

The seed mats are manufactured in the US from 100% re-cycled materials at the Van Buren County Mental Health Association.

Triumph Plant Company markets plants and related specialty products to the lawn and garden industry as well as coconut fiber blocks to growers and plant enthusiasts in the US.

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