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Old June 4, 2017   #31
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I had no germination with Warrior. Trying their Big League variety. 47 days they say. Need that.I'll be 85 very soon. Like George Burns, I don't buy green bananas.
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Old April 3, 2018   #32
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I ordered from Seeds and Such last season. I had excellent germination on everything I ordered. The free seed, Warrior tomato and Blight Buster bell pepper did very well in my garden. Bell peppers are hard to grow here.
I ordered again this year. So far, I have had 100% germination (tomatoes and peppers). There was a mix up, and they sent me Escamillo F1 instead of Habanada pepper. I contacted the company and they sent my Habanada pepper
fast and said keep the Escamillo . Both the Habanada and Escamillo are up, and what's more, in the past, I ordered Yellow Monster Bell from other companys. I never had a single seed of Monster to come up,before. I tried again this season from Seeds and Such-and guess what peppers coming up.
The customer service people were really nice, too. That is important to me, too.

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Old April 4, 2018   #33
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I did my first order with S&S this year and so far, everything looks good. We had a small mixup on the order, and their customer service team made things right very quickly. Funny that you noted the free seeds - this year they sent "Pretty in Pink F1," a 72 DTM Japanese hybrid, and for the the first time ever, I plan to try the freebee. They have lots of the Tokita `Sun' series cherry tomatoes at fair prices and that is what initially drew me to them.
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Old April 20, 2018   #34
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I did a fairly large order this past week. Everything was complete and arrived quickly. Loved that there were some varieties there I didn't see elsewhere. No free seeds for me though.
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Old April 20, 2018   #35
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Originally Posted by gothicgardens View Post
I have ordered once and never again. Low quantities per package and very low germination rates.
I ordered from last year too and very low germination and seed count.
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Old April 21, 2018   #36
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I've been Seeds & Such customer for 3 years & had no issues. Their prices & germination rates (75% for me this year) are acceptable. Since I only need 1 plant per variety, 15 seeds per packet are more than enough.
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Old April 22, 2018   #37
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Another satisfied customer here. Good prices and normal germination. The number of seeds that you get per packet is based on the relative cost of the seeds. At $2.79 (flat-rate) per packet and $2.95 for shipping, it's a very good proposition, especially if you just want to try a new variety. Wayne gets a "thumbs up" from me.
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Old April 22, 2018   #38
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have bought from them for two years and am very satisfied. Good germination. I have a small veg garden and like that can get small amounts of seed
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