Incline Village, NV, July 11, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- A representative revealed earlier today that Home and Garden America is now offering a free vegetable growing cheat sheet on the company website. Gardeners can use this resource to help them plant their organic vegetables with ease.
The free cheat sheet is designed to give home gardeners a more personalized guide to vegetable gardening. Users will simply answer some basic questions like what type of garden they want to grow and what's the climate like in their area. This will generate a customized vegetable gardening guide that users can print out as well as share with their friends online.
"The goal is to make gardening a breeze for everyone. When you know the best way to plant vegetables, then you can easily get the best-tasting produce and enjoying gardening without worries. We hope that this vegetable growing cheat sheet will serve as a valuable resource especially for beginner gardeners. Interested parties can get their customized gardening guide on our official website," the company representative remarked.
Aside from the vegetable growing cheat sheet, Home and Garden America is also giving a limited discount on its 105 Varieties Complete Survival Seeds Pack.
"Our best-selling seeds pack offers a wide variety of fruit, vegetable and herb seeds that's perfect for home gardening and survival storage purposes. It has a 19,635+ seed count, along with a germination success rate of over 85%. All the seeds are guaranteed non-GMO, non-hybrid and open-pollinated to ensure consumer safety and satisfaction," said the representative.
"When used for gardening, our seeds will produce an abundant supply of heirloom vegetables that the whole family can enjoy all year long. When properly stored as an emergency survival supply, our seeds will stay viable for years and help feed a household during a long-term disaster," he added.
Home and Garden America's 105 Varieties Complete Survival Seeds Pack is available at Amazon.com. Customers can get $10 off on the seeds pack when they enter the coupon code upon checkout.
More information is available at the Home and Garden America website.
Chuck Harmon has been writing about vegetable gardening for many years. He recommends heirloom survival seeds for the best garden vegetables.