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|On Jan 7, 2012, bbetv North Glengarry , ON (Zone 5a) wrote:
Well I was getting ready to make what would have been a very large and pricey order, but had a question about shipping areas, cost of shipping and possibility of getting a pdf or other form of printable catalogue, hence I emailed my questions in what I think was a cheery and courteous way.
|On Feb 18, 2010, zeinyx TOPINABEE, MI (Zone 3a) wrote:
tried ordering... their site is up, spent 2 hrs picking out my seeds, when you go to order, its states they are no longer taking orders due to a large busy business already, but will be taking orders 1st week of april again.
|On Apr 27, 2009, suezq223 Conshohocken, PA wrote:
Well, like others I ordered at the end of January and received my seeds about mid-March. I had emailed at the beginning of March asking when I would be receiving my seeds. I got a prompt response about the entire family working 7 days/15hrs a day. I also wondered why, if they had so much business, they didn't hire outside help. I was a little put off by their insistence that it was not even time to plant in my zone. Not that it's any of their business but I like to start things early in my portable greenhouses. I ordered my seeds because I wanted them when I ordered them (or in this case the website said 30-35 days from when I ordered), not when they decide I should plant them.
|On Apr 22, 2007, roseone33 Southern Mountains, GA (Zone 6b) wrote:
I was looking forward to my seeds, knowing they were coming from such a highly rated company, offering a good count at a good price. O ordered two kinds of peas and and two of beets. They were all planted out at the correct time in well prepared soil. They received adequate moisture also. One variety of pea finally made a weak stand after three weeks, the other variety only put up about 1% of what was planted. What did sprout only grew about two inches and just sat there for weeks on end, not growing.