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|On Apr 9, 2015, truh North Kingstown, RI (Zone 6b) wrote:
When you place an order, you're given two choices: 1. email about the order status AND sales email, or 2. no email. The sales email comes out every darn day. It is possible to stop all email, but how annoying that wanting to know your order status causes all this spam. I've ranked them neutral because I haven't yet received my order yet, so I can't comment on that.
On Apr 9, 2015, Eden Brothers Seed Company responded with:
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|On Mar 9, 2015, pdorazio1 rockville
United States wrote:
Awaiting customer service to get organic seed certification. Seeds come with no info on the certification and neither does the website. Other companies have certifier on label. Need documentation. Will follow up when company responds.
On Mar 9, 2015, Eden Brothers Seed Company responded with:
"On May 7, 2015 4:26 PM, Eden Brothers Seed Company responded with:
Thank you for taking the time to leave this review. The packets of organic seed that we sell do have the organic certifier on the label now. We have been in the process of transitioning from plain white packets with our logo on them to printed packets that include a picture, additional planting information and organic handling information for our organic varieties. If any additional certification information is needed, customers are welcome to contact us so we can provide that information."
|On Apr 5, 2012, desert_witch Lucerne Valley, CA (Zone 8a) wrote:
I recently made a decent sized online seed order from EdenBros. I shopped only in their "Heirloom" section as I am primarily interested in heirloom, open pollinated seeds. When I began to catalogue my order (adding my entries to my journal here at DG) I discovered that one of the varieties of corn seed that I purchased from them, "Silver Queen" is in fact a hybrid that will not set viable seed. Having already done a bit of research regarding the definition of "heirloom" and finding that it varies a bit I called EdenBros to inquire.
|On Dec 29, 2011, 4justice2 Bullhead City, AZ (Zone 9b) wrote:
Posted on December 28, 2011, updated December 29, 2011
On December 29th, 2011, 4justice2 changed the rating from negative to neutral and added the following:
Okay, finally received a reply from Eden Brothers from Laura in Cust Serv on the 29th. She apologised and said they had a glitch in their system and offered free shipping thru the 29th. This was the first time ordering from them so I am giving them the benefit of the doubt because those things happen but I am only changing my rating to Neutral because I am taking a wait and see attitude till I receive my order.
On Dec 29, 2011, Eden Brothers Seed Company responded with:
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|On Feb 2, 2011, tervuren Jacksonville Beach, FL wrote:
Is Eden Brothers still operating?
|On Nov 9, 2010, gardengirl827 Drayden, MD wrote:
I bought a new home and have been doing a lot of research for flowers and some seed to plant in my gardens. After reading the reviews on DG I chose three companies to order from based on what they offer and the reviews I found here on DG. I love Daves garden communities and all of the information! :-*