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|On Feb 7, 2017, beetgreens Kirksville, MO wrote:
Posted on April 28, 2006, updated February 7, 2017
On February 7th, 2017, beetgreens added the following:
After reading other reviews, some negative or neutral, I'll have to agree (somewhat)--if you insist on cyber-age instant service and response and "professional" sales reps, DON"T shop at E&R. They are an old-fashioned family business with less than polished service and public relations--and the layout of their paper catalogs is rough and hard to navigate for the uninitiated. But if you want an incredible range of high quality seeds, plants, supplies, equipment, etc., etc at very reasonable (even ridiculously cheap) prices, DO shop there. I have shopped with them for nearly two decades and just purchased more than a thousand dollars worth of seeds, and am willing to put up with the relatively small hassles. They've never cheated me; I just have to be patient sometimes.
|On Dec 7, 2013, MistyMeadows Payneville, KY (Zone 7a) wrote:
We have purchased from E & R for several years; we've even made the trip to their business. Yes, they are Amish and use a neighbor as their "answering service". The neighbor relays messages and calls back for them. We got lost trying to find them, but that was our own fault. We picked up a lot of seed potatoes and they were in beautiful shape. We also have several apple trees that we bought from them...we weren't as happy with them but we still have some. I think we bought 25 of them and the grafting done was not the best :( We had them shipped. We were finally able to get some apples this year on some of the trees. They are kind, but odd, folks.
|On Nov 16, 2013, pswinton46 Devils Elbow, MO (Zone 6a) wrote:
E and R Seeds doesn't have a web-site, but they do have an email address: email@example.com. We deal with another, similar business here in Missouri; being Amish or Mennonite, they don't use all of what we consider modern methods. Yes, it's a little inconvenient to have to mail or fax an order, or wait for a credit card to be processed by someone manually, but they typically offer very high quality items at reasonable (sometimes amazing!) prices. They're just not in as much of a hurry as most of us!
|On Jan 26, 2013, KittyManuel Denver, IN wrote:
What is the company e-mail address?
|On Jun 21, 2012, Agrinerd Franklin, NC (Zone 6b) wrote:
I made two seperate bulk orders of seed corn by mail and they both arrived quickly and in good condition. True, their answering service does leave a lot to be desired, but they respond quickly by email. Their catalogue is HUGE, so call or email for one.
|On Feb 10, 2012, gcs327 North Webster, IN wrote:
I usually go to their shop to buy my seeds. E & R Seeds are Amish. They have great standards, great prices and a very huge selection in anything you can think of related to gardening from the postage stamp gardner to the commercial vegetable farm. I live over an hour away from their shop. It is well worth the drive there!
|On Mar 19, 2010, 57tired Fishers, IN wrote:
I have used E&R for several years (have the coffee mugs to prove it). They are the best. I have used their plants, seeds, and supplies. When I send an order in, I send a blank check so they can get the totals right! They have never failed me.
|On Sep 11, 2009, wiscgal1 Woodstock, IL wrote:
A relative in WI recommended E&R's Albion ever-bearing strawberries, so I ordered them for my northern IL garden. What fantastic plants! The shipment arrived promptly, was well packaged, and all the plants were healthy. Every strawberry I planted has been doing great, and the berries are large and delicious. Just picked some this morning (9/11). I also ordered bean & pea seeds - packages were professionally done; seeds viable, and grew to wonderful plants this summer. This company was easy to deal with (they hire out their phone ordering), and the plants were great. I am planning on ordering more things from them next year!
|On Apr 14, 2009, jboyer007 Potosi, MO wrote:
I have ordered seed from this company for two years. I made my main seed order for 2009 from them. Reasonable price, good service and no complaints about the germination rate.
|On Jan 27, 2008, jimmydee Ellenburg Center, NY wrote:
I have not ordered this year from E & R using my address, but have added want items to a friends order in the past. In my humble opinion, E & R's seeds were low priced and high in quantity and quality. In the past I have ordered from the "larger and more well known" garden supply companies, but E & R's varieties, quantities, and prices have pulled me in. This year my order will use E&R as my main source of seeds and equipment.
|On Aug 24, 2007, SIVAD331 Winthrop, MA wrote:
WAS NOT GOING TO ORDER AS NO WEB SITE. AFTER MANY DAYS PROCRASTINATING I SENT ORDER FOR PLANTERS. WOW! WAS I SURPRISED AT WHAT I RECEIVED AND LOW COST. NEXT YEAR ORDERED SEEDS AGAIN PLEASED WITH RESULTS. THIS YEAR ORDERED VEG PLANTS AND SEEDS. MY WIFES FIRST COMMENT WAS THEY LOOK LIKE THE BEST PLANTS YOU HAVE EVER RECEIVED. THEY HAVE PREFORMED AS WE ALWAYS HOPE ARE PLANTS WILL. E & R BEST OF THE BEST LOOK FOR MORE ORDERS FROM ME.
|On Jan 3, 2007, hmeadq Columbia Station, OH wrote:
When we first got a catlouge from them we were amazed with the low prices! Then when we could find no website or phone number we almost didn't buy from then. Then we saw the note that they were closed for Holiday's, funerals, and weddings. We realized they are Amish.
|On Aug 23, 2006, oldtimin Montpelier, OH wrote:
I have dealt with E&R seeds for several years now. They are only an hours drive from me and I look forward to the trip every year. They have a great selection of high quality seeds with large quantities and great prices. Lots of heirlooms.