ST. LOUIS, May 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Garden Safe® Brand has always been committed to finding new, responsible ways to help gardeners enjoy all that their gardens have to give. That mission is clearer than ever with the product line's redesigned website, a lifestyle resource for gardeners to get information about natural and organic growing, do-it-yourself projects and the brand's alternative garden product line. "Gardeners care now more than ever about how their gardens grow," said John Pailthorp, Division Vice President of Marketing for United Industries Corporation – A Spectrum Brands Company, manufacturer of Garden Safe products. "Our new website features are designed to help the home gardener learn more about their options for healthier growing and the perks that come with it." The new home page, located at www.gardensafe.com, invites visitors to roll up their sleeves and get inspired by their gardens with several new online features, including: Gardening Tips and Articles Trusted gardening advice can be difficult to find. The new Garden Safe website offers seasonal tips and detailed growing guides for the novice or master gardener. The site links to companion pages on Facebook and Pinterest, which offer additional, regionally specific tips and ideas, as well as the opportunity to contact our experts directly. Recipes How will you use all that homegrown produce? Garden Safe Brand has an idea or two. Users can browse the site's collection of recipes, like Garden Fresh Salsa and Grilled Mexican-Style Corn, and how-to guides, such as "Pesto, Presto!" and "Preserving the Tastes of Summer." Do-It-Yourself Garden Crafts The website's easy garden party projects, including garden-inspired invites and place cards, help gardeners share their favorite spot with friends in style. In addition to the website's new features, the Garden Safe home page continues to offer comprehensive information about the brand's alternative pest and disease control products, including product labels; a Solution Center with information on how to identify and take care of common garden pests; a monthly e-newsletter highlighting seasonal gardening information; and a retailer lookup that tells users where Garden Safe products are sold nearby.