Kinsman Company Launches Living Walls by Kinsman Web Site

Pipersville, PA (PressExposure) October 25, 2012 -- Kinsman Company of Pipersville, Pa has launched their new site,

Pamela Crawford, in partnership with Kinsman, introduced "Living Wall" planters to beautify bare walls with live plants through an affordable vertical side planting system costing only $34.95. Steel wire boxes contain replaceable coco-fiber liners, to be filled with soil-less mix and planted with established, well grown plants for instantly flourishing flowers and foliage.

"While landscaping 1500 homes - including the outdoor living areas - I ran into a lot of blank walls that needed beauty. I thought of them as blank canvasses ready for a beautiful creation, but the availability of products for outdoor walls is minimal. I developed my Living Wall Planters for Kinsman Company because of this need."

The new site is focused on Crawford's "Living Wall" planters and their affordability for consumers to design a creative look for small or large outdoor spaces, with the option to group the planters together.

"They are designed for outdoor walls and are an incredibly versatile planting system. Each individual planter measures 14" wide x 14" tall x 5" deep. Plant them alone or in huge, dramatic groups."

About Kinsman Company: Kinsman Company was founded in 1981 by Graham and Michele Kinsman in Point Pleasant, Pa., on the Delaware River with the belief that gardening should be an enjoyable part of everyone's life. Today they import directly from England, Slovakia, Czech Republic, New Zealand, Sri Lanka and India - as well as sourcing in USA. Many products are made to their specific design, to be bigger, stronger, longer lasting and more attractive than most mass produced items. Kinsman Company will help enhance your enjoyment of all the things that make a garden a magical, tranquil place.

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Press Release Submitted On: October 25, 2012 at 8:14 am
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