Incline Village, NV, April 09, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Home and Garden America, a Nevada-based organic seed seller, is pleased with the increasing popularity of survival gardens these days. The company finds it remarkable that numerous households are now growing their own food supply to sustain themselves in case of disaster—and many are using Home and Garden America’s garden seeds for this purpose.
"These are definitely the best survival seeds I've found. The germination rate is fast and I was able to grow lots of delicious organic vegetables! It's also great that the seeds are non-GMO because my family will never again tolerate foods that have been genetically engineered. Thanks to HAGA's seeds, we can now grow our own food and even store them for future use," a survival gardener remarked.
"Having our own produce supply is great because we don't have to rely on others for food no matter how disastrous things could get in the future. Home and Garden America is truly the best when it comes to survival seeds and I highly recommend them to everyone," said another prepper.
"We're super thrilled to include these seeds to our survival garden plans. The product itself is well-packed and the vegetable varieties are excellent. It will surely last a long time and could be used as a reliable survival seed kit," another survival prepper added.
"It is very inspiring to know that many people find our seeds useful for survival preparedness. Our seed company has always been an advocate for sustainability, so I'm really glad that the traditional way of gardening is finally making a comeback. Back in the day, gardening was all about growing organic vegetables like tomatoes, lettuce, carrots, potatoes and cauliflower—not just flowers and shrubs. This renewed interest in survival gardening is a good sign that people nowadays care more about growing sustainable foods and prepping for future disasters," said Chuck Harmon, Founder and CEO of Home and Garden America.
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