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Aimer's Seed (Tregunno Seed)

Mailing Address:
126 Catharine St. North
Hamilton, Ontario L84 1J4 (Canada)

Phone: 1-905-529-2601
Paper Catalog Cost: Free

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3 positives
2 neutrals
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Positive cooperville
Cumberland, BC,
(1 review)
February 8, 2007
I planted Streamers Mixed Sweet Peas last year and they were so spectacular that friends and I want to plant them again this year. They had beautiful varigated colors, highly scented and had a very long flowering period. They grew well above my 8 foot trellis.
Negative hillfarm
Quesnel, BC (Zone 4a)
(35 reviews)
May 19, 2003
Ordered several times some years ago. Overpriced seed; some was mislabelled; some catalogue captions seem to have been cribbed from Chiltern's. Would be very cautious about re-ordering from them.
Neutral mamabear018
(1 review)
July 1, 2001
I have ordered seeds from this company, but found they are not hardy for our Alberta Zone 3 climate with its "Chinook winds" which cause temperatures to fluctuate rapidly.
Neutral maureenmark
(2 reviews)
April 1, 2001
Aimers has a great selection of plants that are not widely available in Canada. However, for the price of the seeds, I would expect better germination information to be provided. The instructions given are generic and not always accurate. I hope that they have improved in this area. I have not ordered from them for two years.
Positive majanss
(1 review)
February 1, 1998
I just received their new catalogue with the new address. I like their catalogue and have ordered from them for a few years. Good service and no complaints from me.
Positive RandBLee
(4 reviews)
September 1, 1996
This company sells seed mail order and will ship to the USA. They accept US VISA/MC. The seed is imported from England, it seems, and this is one of the few mail order companies besides Thompson & Morgan and that silly Seymour's Selected Seeds that offers North Americans the wide range of annual and perennial seed available in UK. They can be slow to ship, however.

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