Incline Village, NV, February 15, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- One of Home and Garden America's representatives confirmed that the company is currently working on a PDF guide for its forthcoming 47 Varieties seed pack. HAGA will be offering the guide as a bonus for every purchase of the said vegetable seeds product.
"Just like all of our previous heirloom seed packs, we will be providing a free PDF guide that will help our customers grow our vegetable seeds in their own gardens. We want our valued customers to experience a smooth and fun time gardening, that's why we've created a bonus guide that's easy to follow," the representative remarked.
The 35-page guide will have full details on each of the 47 varieties that make up the upcoming seeds pack. Vital information such as the seed quantity, soil temperature, planting depth, plant spacing, row spacing, germination time, sun exposure, water requirements and specific growing conditions can all be found in the PDF.
Advice on whether to plant the seeds indoors or outdoors is also included, along with the recommended USDA hardiness zone, days to maturity, life cycle, companion plants and incompatible plants. The free guide basically has everything that a home gardener needs to know about planting HAGA's vegetable seeds.
"The bonus PDF guide is our way of saying thank you to everyone who has bought our heirloom vegetable seeds throughout the years. It's the least we can do for all the support that our customers have given to us. We hope many gardeners will find our free planting, sprouting and storing guide useful—we've especially made it with our customers in mind. It will be available for download as soon as our 47 Varieties Vegetable Seeds Pack goes live on Amazon.com. Please stay tuned for updates in the following weeks to come," the HAGA representative closed his statement.
More information is available on HAGA’s official website.
Chuck Harmon writes consumer information material on various products, and his knowledge in the field of vegetable gardening is no exception. He enjoys growing organic heirloom vegetable seeds at home.