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cooperville Cumberland, BC Canada (1 review) February 8, 2007
I planted Streamers Mixed Sweet Peas last year and they were so spectacular that friends and I want to plant them again this year. They had beautiful varigated colors, highly scented and had a very long flowering period. They grew well above my 8 foot trellis.
hillfarm Quesnel, BC (Zone 4a) (33 reviews) May 19, 2003
Ordered several times some years ago. Overpriced seed; some was mislabelled; some catalogue captions seem to have been cribbed from Chiltern's. Would be very cautious about re-ordering from them.
Aimers has a great selection of plants that are not widely available in Canada. However, for the price of the seeds, I would expect better germination information to be provided. The instructions given are generic and not always accurate. I hope that they have improved in this area. I have not ordered from them for two years.
This company sells seed mail order and will ship to the USA. They accept US VISA/MC. The seed is imported from England, it seems, and this is one of the few mail order companies besides Thompson & Morgan and that silly Seymour's Selected Seeds that offers North Americans the wide range of annual and perennial seed available in UK. They can be slow to ship, however.