Incline Village, NV, March 16, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Home and Garden America's survival seed vault has been on the market for years, and it never fails to make a lasting impression on many of its customers. Recent buyers are particularly fascinated by the ability of the seeds to germinate fast, which is an essential factor when it comes to buying a survival seed vault.
Some seeds do not thrive well when sprouted in different environments, but Home and Garden America's survival seed vault have been proven to deliver impressive outcomes regardless of the sprouting condition.
"The survival seeds germinated so quickly even when I used artificial lighting. The seeds I previously got at another store did not sprout at all even with an actual sun source, so I would guess that these are pretty awesome survival seeds," a recent customer wrote on her review.
"Amazing survival seed vault collection! The 13 heirloom varieties we tried so far had nearly 100% germination. We started the seeds in cell packs with peat-based starting mix under a dome and had good results," another buyer commented.
Because of the high germination rate, many gardeners are easily able to grow fresh, heirloom vegetables in their own organic gardens. More customers had this to say about their experience with the product:
"This survival seed vault arrived quickly. The quality and variety of the seeds are outstanding and helped me produce a garden full of abundant organic vegetables throughout the whole summer."
"These are exceptional seeds with a successful germination rate of at least 85%. The seeds I started grew into the most delicious heirloom vegetables. HAGA's customer service is noteworthy too, and they have answers on topics like seed storage and planting."
The high germination rate of HAGA's survival seed vault is possible because of the company's dedication to using only the finest-quality, heirloom survival seeds. The premium seeds, neat packaging and impeccable customer service are the top reason why customers always buy Home and Garden America's survival seed vault for their gardening and long-term storage needs.
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Chuck Harmon has been writing about homeandgardenamerica.com - heirloom seeds for several years, and the reception from the public has been extremely rewarding.