How to Promote Gardening Services

The main objective of printing catalogs is to be able to showcase your products and services in a way that readers will be enticed to order or hire you. In this case, gardening services catalogs can really help you promote your business. The multi-pages of these print materials allow you to present all your services as well as the garden products you offer in a neat but comprehensive way. Catalog prints are usually designed with vivid colors and printed in high-quality glossy papers to impress the readers. It’s not entirely in the design, though, that you should focus when designing your copy. The value that your readers will get from your catalogs is usually the reason that they hold on to them. Here are some tips to make your prints worthy of keeping:

Catalogs Content Ideas for Gardeners

o Tips and information that teaches your readers how to tend to a certain variety of plant or the entire garden will be great. People love it when they can do things all by themselves and not needing help for the simplest problems. Your prints should include valuable tips like how your readers can germinate seeds of a flower that is not on season. Teach your readers which kind of garden stones to use in certain type of soil or how to keep the lawn properly maintained.

o Give your readers in-depth knowledge about gardening, plants and landscaping. The genus and varieties of certain plants could be interesting to readers. To keep them hooked, include vivid images of the said plants. You can also tell them about each garden concept and how they started.

o Teach your readers why they should do certain things. Though your clients would love to know more DIY tips, they also want to know the reason behind every tip you are giving. Explain why you are recommending them to use mulches. Tell your readers that mulches help conserve soil moisture, reduce ground roots as well as control weeds.

o Correct the mistakes that most garden owners are commonly committing. There have been many gardening myths all over the world. Some of them can help improve gardens while some can just add to the problems. Teach your readers what among these myths are good and which are mistakes. For example, you can tell them that the myth about adding sand to heavy clay soil will not loosen it. It will, in fact, make the matters worst. Adding sand will just turn the clay more solid and hard. Adding compost and other organic matter is the correct way to loosen clay soil.

o Present solutions to the most common problems that gardeners encounter. For example, you can suggest adding polymer crystals in the planting hole for plants that absorbs more water. This can solve the problem of that plant out-drinking every other plant around it.

These value-added contents will give your readers enough reasons to hold on to your catalogs. Also, your readers will be engaged with your prints because of the useful bits and pieces of information. These prints will help in establishing you as a credible and expert gardener. Response motivation is also another advantage of the contents. They might even show the copies to their friends or relatives. The more people saw or read your print, the better.