HAGA stated today that the PDF guide for 50 Varieties Heirloom Seeds Pack will now include the USDA hardiness zone information for each of the seed varieties.
Online PR News – 19-January-2015 – Incline Village, Nevada – Home and Garden America stated today that the PDF guide for its popular 50 Varieties Heirloom Seeds Pack will now include the USDA hardiness zone information for each of the seed varieties. The company's eagerness to make gardening much easier for its customers prompted this recent update.
"We've been getting a lot of positive feedback on our PDF guide. Many of our valued customers have found it useful for gardening, but we wanted to make it even more useful. We have decided to add the USDA Hardiness Zone information to the PDF so that our customers will instantly know the best regions to grow our heirloom vegetable varieties," said an official spokesperson for Home and Garden America.
The use of hardiness zones for gardening first started in the United States. It was developed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) during the 1960s and other countries eventually followed suit. It is now considered the standard for many gardeners in determining which plants are likely to grow well in a particular area.
"Knowing the USDA hardiness zones for the vegetables you're growing is absolutely essential. You definitely want to raise your plants in the right conditions so they can easily thrive. We want to equip our customers with this valuable information, that's why you can now find the recommended hardiness zones for each of our heirloom varieties in the latest PDF update," the spokesperson stated.
The hardiness zone details are available in the updated 50 Varieties PDF Guide. The said info will also be featured on the complementary guide for Home and Garden America's upcoming 105 Varieties Heirloom Seeds Pack.
"We hope you find the added information useful for your gardening endeavors. Feel free to download the updated PDF guide for your 50 Varieties Heirloom Seeds Pack on our website," the spokesperson concluded.
Chuck Harmon writes consumer information material on a wide selection of products, and his expertise in the field of heirloom gardening is no exception. He is currently growing a vegetable garden using a high-quality heirloom seeds pack.