Incline Village, NV, February 04, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- A spokesperson for Home and Garden America (HAGA) recently shared that the company's 105 Varieties Complete Survival Seeds Pack have been selling well on Amazon. It is a significant achievement for HAGA, considering that the seeds pack has just been in the market for two months.
"We're very pleased that our second pack is doing well in just a short amount of time. This is a meaningful milestone for us, but we wouldn't have made this far without our dear customers. We're truly grateful to them," the spokesperson stated.
The 105 Varieties Complete Survival Seeds Pack was officially launched online in late November of 2014. It is HAGA's follow-up to its highly successful 50 Varieties pack. The new product gained lots of attention upon its release, and many of the company's customers were happy with their seed purchase.
"I'm really impressed with the high seed count and the good selection of heirloom seeds. Everything was well-labeled and neatly packed. I won't be planting most of the seeds until springtime comes, but I started a fall garden and grew some cold crop varieties. They sprouted very well, and I couldn't be any happier! I highly recommend this product," one satisfied customer said.
"Everything looks high quality! The seeds are fresh, well-packed and absolutely GMO-free. There's also a bonus PDF guide that will help you plant your seeds properly. This company is top-notch and provides great customer service. I will definitely order whenever I need seeds!" another HAGA customer commented.
All this positive feedback has inspired HAGA to work even harder than ever.
"The great response from our customers is definitely a huge motivator for us. We will keep on working hard to offer premium survival seeds so that more people can grow a sustainable garden at home. In fact, we're actually going to release two more seeds packs very soon to give more options to our valued customers. Please stay tuned for further announcements and keep supporting our survival seeds," the spokesperson concluded.
More information about heirloom survival seeds is available on HAGA's website.
Chuck Harmon writes consumer information material on various products, and his expertise in the field of survival preparedness is no exception. He maintains an organic vegetable garden and stores heirloom survival seeds for future disasters.