HAGA Reveals Plans for Upcoming 101 Varieties Heirloom Organics Seed Vault

Incline Village, NV, January 29, 2015 --(PR.com)-- Home and Garden America, a non-GMO seed company in Nevada, announced over the weekend its plans for a brand new heirloom organics seed vault. The upcoming product will include a wide range of heirloom fruits, vegetables and herbs that are suitable for home gardening and survival preparedness.

"We're indeed working on a new seed pack to add to our company's product line. It will contain 101 carefully-selected heirloom varieties that both the organic gardener and survival prepper will find useful. We've especially chosen seed varieties that people can use to grow a more diverse garden and save for long-term storage," said a representative from Home and Garden America.

The new product will be referred to as the 101 Varieties Heirloom Organics Seed Vault. It will be released under the brand name Grow For It, which is Home and Garden America's official name for all of its gardening-related goods.

The heirloom organics seed vault will also feature a seed count of 18,770 and a high germination rate of over 85% for easy sprouting. And like all the seed packs from Home and Garden America, the seeds are non-GMO, non-hybrid, open-pollinated, and 100% organic.

"Our 101 Varieties has been in the works for several months now. Every single aspect of the product is currently going through a strict screening process—from the product label to the specific heirloom varieties as well as the seed packaging. We want our new heirloom organics seed vault to be the very best, so we're checking and rechecking everything to make sure it meets our customers' standards. Our ultimate goal is to provide a product that our valued customers truly deserve," the representative continued.

Home and Garden America's upcoming heirloom organics seed vault is scheduled for launching within the next 30 to 45 days, and will be sold exclusively on Amazon.com.

More information can be found on the company website.

Chuck Harmon writes consumer information material on various products, and his expertise in the field of organic gardening is no exception. He enjoys working in his vegetable garden and expanding his heirloom organics seed vault collection.
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