Incline Village, NV, April 14, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Ever since Home and Garden America's Q&A section has been opened on Amazon.com, more and more of the company's customers have been visiting the discussion board to assist their fellow organic gardeners. HAGA's customers are incredibly eager to share their own gardening techniques and organic seed supply storage tips so that others can benefit from them.
Many Amazon users have been posting interesting questions on the Q&A board to get the answers they need before ordering HAGA's organic seeds. One person asked if the seeds can be planted in containers, and seasoned gardeners were quick to respond with some good advice.
"Yes, you can plant the seeds in containers. But see to it that the containers are big enough. They should also have lots of holes at the bottom to allow for drainage. You can put your containers in a sunny area, but be sure to monitor them daily and water them as needed. Good luck with your gardening!" said China, a long-time gardener and supporter of HAGA's seeds.
"Most of the seeds can be planted in containers. I actually live in a mountainous area and don't have much access to level ground for gardening, so I grow a container garden instead. I use large plastic ice tubs as containers and drill holes at the bottom, then I place them one foot above the ground for better drainage. It's also good practice to follow the plant spacing guidelines on every seed packet because you don't want to grow too many veggies that will end up competing for water and soil nutrients. Hope you can grow plenty of delicious food this year!" said Mark, another keen gardener and active member on the Q&A board.
Some users also wonder if HAGA's organic seeds can be grown in a particular hardiness zone. To this, one seasoned gardener replied:
"With some careful planning, you should be able to grow these seeds in your zone. Just make sure to use good soil, provide a sufficient amount of sunlight, prep each seed properly, provide proper hydration, and maintain the plants accordingly. Do these and you're likely to get good results."
Home and Garden America's Q&A board continues to receive more gardening questions from Amazon users, and as always, the company's loyal customers are there to help their fellow gardeners succeed.
More information is available on HAGA's Amazon page.
Chuck Harmon writes consumer information material on a variety of topics, and his expertise in organic gardening is no exception. He keeps an organic seed supply collection for gardening and survival purposes.