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|On Jan 4, 2010, mamajuice Walkersville, MD wrote:
I placed an order from Value Seeds ONCE and it was a waste of money - not a great deal of money, true, but considering that only two packets grew out of 13 ordered, and one of them didn't amount to a hill of beans, I was not pleased! I wasted a whole growing season. It won't happen again. There's no value in seeds that don't germinate!
|On Apr 22, 2008, timeinabottle Louisville, KY wrote:
I have never recieved my seed order. I sent two e-mails to them.
|On Jan 14, 2008, bears15 Platte Center, NE (Zone 5b) wrote:
I placed 2 large orders with valueseeds last year.
|On May 14, 2007, rebecca101 Madison, WI (Zone 5a) wrote:
I was very unhappy with the germination of the seeds from this company. I believe they sell old seeds. Here's why:
|On Mar 7, 2007, twitser Dawsonville, GA wrote:
Placed an order online on the 15th of February. Have not received anything as of today (March 7th). I have left three emails over the course of a week and have not had a response.
On March 20th, 2007, twitser added the following:
I recieved my seeds today about a month after ordering them. All three email I left went unreturned. I got the seeds finally, but would've appreciated the common courtesy of a reply email.
|On Jan 18, 2006, chunx San Diego, CA wrote:
Only tried Value Seeds because of what I read on here. So far it's been very good. I got several packages of seeds within a week, placed another order just this week. Of the first seed batch, the ones needing to be started early have germinated very well, some maybe 100%. I doubt if you can find anyplace with these low prices and dirt cheap shipping. I'm happy!
On January 15th, 2008, chunx changed the rating from positive to negative and added the following:
How things have changed since my original rating. On my 2007 order, many of the seeds did not germinate, the shipping time was slow, but worse yet was that 3 of the different packets of seeds were not what they were advertised to be or labeled. The double petunias were just plain old regular mixed petunias, the coreopsis sunrise was dark red instead of bright orange, and the cascading petunias were just a plain single upright red. When I brought this to their attention and informed them they should change the description, I heard nothing. Guess what? Still the same description and so it's now even a year older seed.