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|On Jan 26, 2013, VORTREKER POTTSBORO, TX (Zone 7b) wrote:
I posted a negative comment about this company in error and cannot find it. I have had nothing but good experieces with them and their educational information is superb.
|On May 14, 2011, boulio Sabinsville, PA (Zone 5b) wrote:
Two days ago I received a sweetgrass plant I had ordered from Redwood City Seed Co. and I am very pleased with it. It is NOT some puny little thing that looks as though it was picked up off the floor and sent to someone after the big mailing rush is over. I have received plants from different mail order nurseries that looked like that. Not so with this plant. Its a whopper and it was in quite good shape after coming all the way across the country. I immediately potted it up and today it is beautiful and I have no doubt it will thrive. I will be very happy to deal with this company again.
|On Apr 22, 2011, Beirdd Ranger, GA wrote:
I ordered three plants, and after about a month, one of them was not thriving. I received a postcard asking if any plants were not growing healthily, so I called them to ask if I could have a replacement.
|On Mar 23, 2010, LadyKimberlyDi Saint Ignace, MI wrote:
I've purchased seeds and plugs from Redwood City for years and years. Their prices are great, the products first rate, and they're very personable and respond well to special requests. When I asked to buy at a bulk rate in between two of their lots, the owner laughed and asked why 25, but he immediately agreed. We're a very small business with just a tiny bit of sales in his area, but he always treats us exceptionally well. I believe Customer Service is a big priority for them.
|On Mar 17, 2010, vintovka Smithville, OH (Zone 5a) wrote:
Redwood City Seed Company thus far has been the fairest and low cost seed company I had ever dealt with.
|On Nov 8, 2008, srullens Newark, DE wrote:
I have bought seeds from Redwood City Seed company many times in the past few years. I have never had a problem with any order that I have place.
|On Oct 29, 2007, E_Moody Morrilton, AR wrote:
I have bought seeds from Reedwood City Seeds for 3 or 4 years now and have been extremely satisfied with the service and their pepper seeds. The first year I purchased seeds, my order got lost in the mail and when I called them, they immediately sent me a duplicate order with no questions asked. This last year, when I was ordering my seeds, the company representative helped me get the seeds I wanted at a lower price than I had expected. I had planned on purchasing two seed collections but, he suggested I purchase one collection and only two seperate seed packages instead and stopped me from getting a couple duplicate seeds. This means they probably got less of a profit from my order but, a more satisfied customer. They have also been extremely helpful in selecting free seeds for my four year old son.
|On Jul 8, 2007, ZenSojourner Fairborn, OH (Zone 8a) wrote:
I have bought seed from Redwood City seeds several times in the past 10 years and have never had a problem. They carry seed that I cannot get anywhere else, and at reasonable prices. Shipping charges are also OK.
|On Dec 3, 2002, dianthusman Pecos, NM (Zone 5b) wrote:
A good company to work with. Some of their heirlooms I've found nowhere else, and the seed has generally been of high quality. I would order from them again.
|On Jan 11, 2002, peppy wrote:
this company carries some rare seeds that I couldn't find elsewhere.They were very helpful with questions, giving information freely and acurratly. They even sent me more seeds for free when I couldn't get the first ones to sprout, with suggestions.The viability of the chili pepper seeds was excellent.The owners of the company themselves talk to you on the phone, and are very knowledgeable.I am very pleased and glad I discovered them.
|On Apr 1, 1995, OysterEinstein wrote:
They seem passionate about peppers but also offer lots of other neat seeds, endangered cultivated plants; many natives. They seem nicely non-commercialized.