Incline Villlage, NV, June 04, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Home and Garden America (HAGA) is happy to announce that its Facebook gardening page has now attracted over 20,000 fans worldwide. I Love Organic Gardens, as this online community for gardeners is called, has achieved this feat in a short amount of time. HAGA attributes this success to the increasing popularity of growing vegetable plants and seeds at home.
Last year has seen a huge spike in the number of home gardeners, especially in the United States. Many have taken a special interest in vegetable gardening for its practical benefits. These new gardeners will certainly need some guidance on how to start their own gardens, and HAGA's gardening page can be helpful in that aspect.
"We initially created I Love Organic Gardens to guide beginners in growing their gardens at home. We post different gardening topics on the page that newbies may find useful in their endeavors. But what's really cool is that many seasoned gardeners have started liking our page and began sharing their own tips and tricks," says a representative for Home and Garden America.
"Over the years, the page has really transformed into a friendly place where gardeners can give advice to one another. That's the beauty of an online gardening community: it's all about sharing the knowledge and helping each other succeed. Because of our awesome fans, we're able to exceed the 20,000 mark—and it keeps growing more and more every day," the company representative added.
As a gesture of gratitude for all the fans who support the page, Home and Garden America is giving away some discount coupons for its organic vegetable seed packs on Amazon.com. The offer is available for a limited time only, so the company encourages everyone to avail of it immediately.
More info is available on Home and Garden America's website.
Chuck Harmon has been writing about heirloom vegetable plants and seeds for many years, and the response from the public has been incredibly rewarding.