Incline Village, NV, May 24, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Home and Garden America's official Facebook fan page, called I Love Organic Gardening (ILOG), has now successfully attracted more than 18,000 fans. For many gardening enthusiasts worldwide, ILOG is the place to share their knowledge about making compost, choosing easy to grow vegetables, planting in containers, saving seeds, and other practical organic gardening techniques.
Home and Garden America especially made the ILOG page to provide a helpful community for home gardeners everywhere.
"It's truly amazing how much the Facebook page has grown! What started as a small group ended up being one of the most visited gardening pages on the web. This is all thanks to the dedicated enthusiasts out there who are always eager to share their own gardening tips and willing to assist their fellow gardeners. We're particularly impressed at how well beginners and pro gardeners are helping each other out. Everyone is really learning from each other—that is why we have this thriving online community today," said Chuck Harmon, Founder and CEO of Home and Garden America.
"We also appreciate how our loyal fans always like, share and tweet our posts online. We have the greatest fans for sure!" he added.
ILOG's fan base continues to increase every day as more and more people are taking interest in home gardening. Home and Garden America encourages everyone not just to participate in the ILOG community but also to actively grow their own sustainable gardens at home.
"To celebrate our recent milestone of reaching 18,000 fans on Facebook, we are giving away special coupons for a huge discount. Gardeners can get easily 20% off on our heirloom survival seeds using the coupon code. It's a limited-time offer though, so be sure to check it out before the offer expires!" Harmon concluded.
More information on the 20% off coupon is available on the company website.
Chuck Harmon writes consumer information material on various topics, and his vast knowledge in vegetable gardening is no exception. He prefers easy to grow heirloom seeds for his home garden.