Incline Village, NV, April 13, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Home and Garden America's Q&A board on Amazon.com has seen plenty of customer activity lately. Chuck Harmon, the seed company's Founder and CEO, cannot help but be overwhelmed by the positive response from the public. He is extremely impressed by the eagerness of his customers to answer questions and share advice on best ways to grow and store heirloom garden seeds.
"I really want to thank our valued customers for being so proactive in helping their fellow organic gardeners. I just love the willingness of our customers to assist those who have questions regarding our garden variety seeds. They always take the time to answer everything to the best of their knowledge, and I appreciate it. We have the great customers ever!" Harmon remarked.
"I also appreciate the fact that our customers provide such informative answers from basic gardening to storing the seeds for long-term use. They even share useful links and resources to help their fellow gardeners get started. I'm just amazed at the helpfulness of our little community here on Amazon—everyone is such a joy to be involved with," he continued.
With over 52 answered questions, Home and Garden America is on the way to building a thriving online community where people can get solid advice on the most effective gardening and seed storage tips.
"Our ultimate goal is to create a place where organic gardeners and survival preppers can interact with one another and contribute their own tips. We've only just started, but seeing this incredible response from our valued customers makes me believe that we will achieve this feat in no time," Harmon added.
Home and Garden America encourages everyone to join in the conversation. The company welcomes any questions, suggestions and advice that can be helpful to the community.
More information is available on Amazon.com.
Chuck Harmon writes consumer information material on several topics, and his vast knowledge in heirloom gardening is no exception. He collects interesting varieties of heirloom garden seeds.