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Association Kokopelli

131 impasse des Palmiers
Alès, 30100

Phone: 00 33 4 66 30 64 91
Fax: 00 33 4 66 30 61 21

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Positive zebraman
Venice, CA (Zone 10a)
(9 reviews)
August 27, 2007
I bought seeds from this company as it was the only place that listed "Wangaparoa" Squash.They did take a couple of months to send the seeds.
My second order was sent to me before I had paid for it or for shipping.
Positive Amphibian
Royal Tunbridge Wells,
United Kingdom
(4 reviews)
March 28, 2006
I have bought a lot of seeds from this comany and have had excellent results, delivery isn't always the fastest though. Germination rates have been particularly good with the peppers I have ordered, producing vigorous and healthy plants. I have not suffered from any problems of hybridization.

Their catalogue is amazing.
Neutral johnnyolsen
Vejle, Jylland,
(6 reviews)
November 14, 2005
Bought from this company twice in the spring of 2005. The seeds arrived within a reasonable period of time and I got what I paid for...
Or did I? I must say that I like the whole idea behind this company so it is hard for me to something bad about them. But 2 out of the 25 varieties I grew did not grow true to the variety - i.e. some kind of cross-pollination must have occured by accident. Two "Lime Green Salad" tomato plants made two very different plants - one was short, compact and had green tomatoes, the other one proved to be a quite tall plant with tomatoes ripening to a deep, dull orange-red with dark green at the shoulders. Three "Uchiki Kuri" winter squash also made different fruits - one of them was with teardrop-shaped fruits and the the two others looked more like Orange Buttercups, i.e. a more flattened shape.

Still, this will be one of my first choices for next season's seeds...

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