The rise of CrossFit â€“ the intense fitness regimen that combines strength and repetition â€“ uses the â€œBurpeeâ€ as one of its marquee moves as part...
The rise of CrossFit â€“ the intense fitness regimen that combines strength and repetition â€“ uses the â€œBurpeeâ€ as one of its marquee moves as part of the program.
That â€œburpeeâ€ is deeply rooted maintaining a consistent, worthwhile exercise program. Burpee.com, however, plants a different seed.
Burpee is an online retailer that centers on selling seeds and fully grown plants to customers intent on adding color to an otherwise lackluster garden or landscaping venture.
The great thing about Burpee is that their plants and seeds donâ€™t discriminate as theyâ€™re perfect for all types of seasons. Burpee really sets itself apart from other comparable companies thanks to a lineage and history that is more than 100 years in the making. The variety of seeds offered and the promise that customers will be receiving only the best certainly goes a long way to sprout repeat business.
Most importantly, Burpee promises that their seeds are absolutely safe and ultimately cultivated to ward off diseases.
A quick glimpse at the Burpee web site not only is dazzling to the eye but reveals a reputation for quality and variety. The flowers section alone has nearly 100 choices â€“ everything from Babyâ€™s Breath to Violas. Other viable categories to choose from include seeds for vegetables, fruit, herbs, perennials and a section dedicated just for organic products.
Not surprisingly, Burpee also deals in various gardening supplies and kits, the latter made specifically for thumbs that arenâ€™t quite green enough to get started on their own.
Thatâ€™s really on the tip of the education iceberg for Burpee as the web site is littered with plenty of videos that advise both new and old gardeners with tips and tricks of the trade.
The consumer base that would buy from Burpee wouldnâ€™t trade their level of service and support for any magic beans and certainly not in lieu of using another company that lacks credibility and years of growth.