Incline Village, NV, March 08, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Organic gardeners all over the world have been waiting for months for spring to come. And now that it's almost here, they can hardly contain their excitement. Spring is that time of year when most gardeners officially start their growing season. It is the best period to plant heirloom survival seeds, try out new gardening techniques, and grow the most delicious vegetable varieties.
Home and Garden America (HAGA), an exclusive seller of heirloom survival seeds, has certainly felt the enthusiasm from its customers. Since last year, lots of people have started buying HAGA's seeds to equip themselves for spring gardening.
"I've just received my survival seeds and they're awesome! I especially love the high-quality packaging and fresh heirloom varieties. Some of them I haven't planted before, so I'm really looking forward to this growing season to see how they taste," an organic gardener commented.
"Great collection of heirloom survival seeds. I can't wait for spring to come so I can finally try them out! The package is also well-made and suitable for long-term storage," said another gardener.
"I've stored my seeds in the freezer while waiting for the growing season. HAGA's customer support is wonderful—they've even included a free PDF guide with complete instructions on how to use and store the seeds properly. I'm really impressed by the clear packaging and the wide variety of heirloom survival seeds. Definitely a must-have!" -Another gardener concluded.
Home and Garden America continues to be amazed at the increasing interest in spring gardening. A spokesperson for the company remarked:
"You can tell that people are now more into gardening than ever. Customers normally buy new survival seeds at the beginning of the year, but we've been getting orders since last year because organic gardeners want to start planting as soon as spring arrives. You can really feel the excitement building up and it's an incredible thing to see."
More details are available on the company's Amazon page.
Chuck Harmon writes consumer information material on various topics, and his great expertise in the field of spring gardening is no exception. He is an avid gardener and collector of heirloom survival seeds.