Incline Village, NV, April 23, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Home and Garden America, an heirloom survival seed vault supplier in Nevada, has just exceeded 14,000 likes on its official fan page. The said Facebook fan page, called I Love Organic Gardens (ILOG), shares the best tips and tricks on organic vegetable gardening and attracts thousands of gardener fans all over the world.
A company spokesperson confirmed the news earlier today and expressed great enthusiasm for Home and Garden America's latest achievement.
"We're absolutely thrilled to have surpassed the 14,000 mark on Facebook, but we couldn't have done it without our loyal fans. Our ‘I Love Organic Gardens' page was specifically created to help our fellow gardeners in starting and maintaining their own vegetable gardens—and it's truly a joy to see it start as a simple Facebook page into a supportive community for gardeners," he said.
With more than 14,000 likes from gardening fans worldwide, the ILOG page has indeed turned into a wonderful community where novice and seasoned gardeners alike can share useful tips and give advice to their fellow enthusiasts. Topics like companion planting, composting, container gardening, heirloom gardening, indoor kitchen gardening, seed saving, and tomato growing and are just some of the favorite subjects that people love to talk about.
Even preparedness topics such as growing an edible survival garden, storing long-term food, and keeping a reliable seed vault for future emergencies are frequently discussed on the page.
The numerous likes on the fan page only prove that more people are now interested in home gardening than ever. Home and Garden America encourages all gardening enthusiasts to participate in the ILOG community by posting their practical tips and experiences in growing a vegetable garden. This way, others can learn and succeed in organic gardening as well.
More information is available on the company’s official Facebook page.
Chuck Harmon is an expert in the field of survival gardening. He advocates keeping an heirloom survival seed vault at home as a precaution against future disasters.