Incline VIllage, NV, February 19, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Home and Garden America (HAGA) released a statement this morning regarding the latest achievement of its 105 Varieties Survival Seeds Pack. The product was revealed to have earned the top spot on Amazon.com’s Herb Plants Seeds category.
The survival seeds pack was launched in late November of 2014. It has only been on the market for over two months, and already it has garnered positive reviews and feedback from customers. The high-quality product, affordable price, wide selection of survival seed varieties, and the personal customer service all helped in making HAGA's 105 Varieties obtain a high ranking on Amazon.
News of the seeds pack's recent success is definitely great news to the company, especially to its founder and CEO, Chuck Harmon.
"We worked extremely hard on our second seeds pack—and to see it top the Amazon rankings is truly rewarding, indeed. I was proud to launch this product but I never thought it would attain success this quickly, so I'm very pleased with the results. We owe a lot to our customers for choosing our heirloom plants seeds and spreading the love for organic gardening. We couldn't have done it without their tremendous support," Harmon remarked.
Aside from topping Amazon's Herb Plants Seeds category, HAGA's 105 Varieties also ranks number one on Amazon's Hot New Releases and number two overall in the Plants, Seeds & Bulbs section.
2014 has proven to be a fantastic year for Home and Garden America. This 2015, the company will be introducing two more items to its current product line, namely the 47 Varieties Organic Heirloom Seeds Pack and the 101 Varieties Complete Survival Seeds Pack. As always, Home and Garden America is working hard on its upcoming products in order to achieve further success in the organic seed industry.
More information is available on HAGA's Amazon page.
Chuck Harmon writes consumer information material on various topics, and his expert knowledge in the field of organic gardening is no exception. He plants seeds and grows organic vegetables in his home garden.