wholesalefairygardens.com Helps Retailers with Whimsy and Enchanting Products

Published on August 22, 2011

New wholesaler delivers Made in America fairy garden products to rapidly growing market.

Columbus, OH, August 2011

Wholsalefairygardens.com, a new wholesale supplier operating out of headquarters in Dublin Ohio, is striking just the right chord with retailers happily struggling to keep up with the demand for “fairy gardens. ” Decorative items consisting of a planter, soil, live plants and miniatures of what a lucky soul might come upon in an especially cozy and enchanting backyard, fairy gardens feature arbors, stepping stones, wicker chairs, benches, gazing balls, chimineas, charming fairies, and others surprises. It’s all about the imagination.

A family business co-owned by husband and wife team Greg and Patti Kuhlman, the wholesaler is committed to marketing products with the USA label, and 72% of its offering is from US sources.

After less than one year in the business, wholesalefairygardens.com is already among the leading niche suppliers to the nation’s garden and floral industry. Hundreds of garden centers and gift shops across the country are registered with the website, and growing numbers have ordered and reordered.

How has this small, “made in America” company become so successful, so fast? Patti Kuhlman has an answer. “We supply retailers with more than a simple product, we offer the focal point of a passion enjoyed quietly but enthusiastically by millions of Americans and devotees throughout the world.” According to Kuhlman, a variety of premium quality items in wholesale quantities are an absolute must for the industry, because fairy garden supplies are selling as fast as dealers can place them on display.

Wholesalefairygardens.com is a true wholesale company, one which distinguishes itself from many other online stores that simply sell retail quantity. Kuhlman says that because their wholesale business sells in high quantity, they can deliver better pricing and higher profit margins for distributors and resellers, which include garden centers, florists, and gift shops.

According to Kuhlman, retailers in every part of the country understand their customers’ passion for fairy gardens and are thrilled that the new company can help them meet the demand.
She points to the consistently positive response from customers such as Rockledge Gardens in Rockledge, Florida: “Just unpacked our first order and couldn’t be more pleased. We will soon be conducting a Fairy Gardening Workshop so we will most likely need to reorder before then.”

Rice’s Nursery in Canton, Ohio, says “Most of our success in the sales of fairy garden merchandise this year has come from wholesalefairygardens.com. Their unique, high quality items have driven sales far beyond our expectations and have created many repeat customers.”

And this from The Garden Faire in Oswego, Illinois.”Before I dealt with wholesalefairygardens.com I would have never imagined how well a new fairy department would have done for our store. It is now part of our top 5 in sales and I can only see it getting better from here.”

In addition to being the premier one-stop resource for retailers, the Kuhlmans have added another twist by developing their own line of unique fairy garden supplies, which includes products designed by artists such as renowned master potter, Sally Watson.

Those interested in learning more about wholesalefairygardens.com should contact Patti Kuhlman at 614-327-7185 or email pattikuhlman@aol.com

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