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On Dec 30, 2012, mbowoade Lethbridge Canada wrote:
Just got an email saying that she no longer ships to Canada, (warning to all you Canadians who want to buy from here!)and my order has been refunded. This is very sad, as I was looking forward to trying the extremely rare varieties she has on her site. I can find most of them in other places, but not all of them. Well, Amishland Seeds, our relationship was brief. I wish it had been longer.
Very exciting website with many different varieties to choose from. Shipping was delayed for 3 1/2 weeks, and was stated by the owner. Several e-mails later, the seeds came. I thought this odd since they were post marked after my mails. I find it more troubling that after reading this site, people have been told the same thing over the years.
Seeds looked great and almost every seed that I started grew, which was a major plus. What was not a major plus, and actually my only real complaint, was that out of six of the Brandywine tomato seeds that I started, only four of them had potato leaves. This means that out of my pack of ten seeds, at least a 1/5th of them were not Brandywine tomatoes. I grew and planted the "Mystery Tomatoes" and they are doing great and the fruits look great, so that's cool, but the fact that such a small amount of seeds got mixed up is not.
I would order from this company again because the varieties are staggering and the germination rates were good, but I will do it early. And if my Mystery Tomatoes taste pretty good, I might just be growing them again as well.