Incline Village, NV, December 03, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Home And Garden America recently held a press conference and revealed that the company is finalizing its new survival seeds product.
"We will soon be adding a new seed pack to our current line of heirloom seed products. The said pack will feature 105 heirloom seed varieties that are perfect for survival gardeners," a company representative addressed the crowd.
"Our first seed pack comes with 50 varieties, but for this second one, we want to offer even more options to our valued customers. We increased the number of seed varieties from 50 to 105 so that people can grow a bountiful survival garden and enjoy more types of vegetables," he continued.
The HAGA representative added that the 105 varieties have gone through a strict selection process. Each variety has been carefully chosen with ultimate survival in mind. The company specifically picked plants that are suitable for survival gardening so that many families can continue to eat well even during emergencies.
"This is truly an exciting time for everyone here at Home And Garden America. Please look forward to our new product soon. Thank you very much," the company representative ended his statement.
Survivalists who were present at the press conference were thrilled to hear about HAGA's upcoming product and gave their thoughts on the subject.
"I have always been a fan of HAGA’s survival seeds. I used them to plant my survival garden last year and the results are astounding. I'm definitely gonna get this new seed pack and include it in my survival kit," said one survival enthusiast.
"This is good news. I've been looking for the best survival seeds to use for disasters, and this is the perfect time to try HAGA's product. I can't wait for the product release," another survivalist commented.
More information about survival seeds is available on HAGA's website.
Chuck Harmon writes consumer information material on a wide array of products, and his expertise in the field of survival gardening is no exception. He likes storing survival seeds and taking care of his home garden whenever he can.