They have lots of seeds I can't seem to find elsewhere and for every 2 pack you get one "free" but that is the plus side. I have bought from them twice and I have the same issue as another reviewer - I can't seem to find a number of seeds for certain plants. Once the order arrives, the packages list a minimum number of seeds and it isn't quite accurate. I find that unless we are talking about 10 seeds or less, they don't even meet the "minimum" number. For example, I bought some tomato seeds and the package said min: 20 seeds but inside there were 12. The "free" package doesn't even cover the difference. I will still shop there in the future just because, if I really want something I can't find elsewhere, I will take what I can get. It's not cheap but the seeds are of good quality (in my experience) and worth a few extra bucks. I just wish they would have a look where seeds are being shipped to before throwing in a gift pack of seeds. Both times I got something that would only grow in much hotter climates so it's no use to me. Maybe they could look at the order and see - this person buys lots of vegetable seeds so lets throw in a pack of lettuce seeds... I would def enjoy that!
On Apr 2, 2013, JenDion Litchfield, NH (Zone 5b) wrote:
There are no seed counts on their web page so I emailed for clarification. I was told that there should be 'plenty', and I do understand that some seeds are more scarce than others. However the Corydalis solida which I ordered (and paid $5+/- for (US) only had 8 seeds in it. Several others which were even more expensive had 11 (this seemed to be the typical count). Some of the more common varieties did have 40-60 seeds (for a guess - I didn't count them) in the packet. So just be aware that the counts are on the low side for the harder to find seed.