Incline Village, NV, February 04, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Home and Garden America (HAGA) released a statement this morning revealing the company's plans to release another emergency seeds kit. The new product will be marketed as the 47 Varieties Organic Heirloom Seeds Pack and it will have a total count of 8,425 organic seeds.
News of this up-and-coming emergency seeds pack came as a pleasant surprise to many HAGA fans, especially since the company has announced working on a 101 Varieties product just last week.
"I've been looking forward to the 101 Varieties ever since they made the announcement, but now that there's another product in the works, I'm even more excited!" a HAGA supporter said.
"I like how the company offers several packs. This way, we can choose the right amount of seeds for our different gardening needs," said another fan of HAGA's seeds.
The much-anticipated seeds pack will feature a unique selection of heirloom fruits and vegetables. Buttercrunch lettuce, cylindra beet, dwarf Siberian kale, Dutch corn salad, French breakfast radish, Hale's best jumbo cantaloupe, purple top turnip and black diamond watermelon are just some of the delicious varieties that gardeners will surely love planting in their gardens.
The 47 Varieties Organic Heirloom Seeds Pack is currently going through finalization. It will be distributed under the label Grow For It, which is the official brand name of all HAGA gardening products. The company estimates the product launch in 45 days' time.
"We're still finalizing the product as of now. We're meticulously checking every detail so we can offer a premium seeds pack that our customers will appreciate. We will let you know as soon as our 47 Varieties is ready for launching. In the meantime, please check out our other seed packs and recent customer reviews on our Amazon page," said a spokesperson for HAGA.
More customer reviews on HAGA’s emergency seeds are available on Amazon.com.
Chuck Harmon writes consumer information material on various products, and his expertise in the field of survival gardening is no exception. He likes to grow organic heirloom vegetables and store emergency seeds for unexpected survival situations.