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6:13pm 03-30-2015
Gwen Langan

How did you find Sampleseeds.com?(web search, forum recommendation, a blog, etc.)

web search

What kind of seeds are you interested in?(perennials, tomatoes, etc.)

Tomatoes <3 I have an addiction I also like weird/wonderful vegetables for the garden. If it's rare or strange looking or a pretty color veggie I want to grow it. I also have a (low maintenance with mostly native perennials type plants) cottage garden started. Oh and I love succulents/cactus indoors.

Anything you would like to see on our site?(specific variety, more of something in general)

WI 55 tomato, WI 55 Gold tomato, Basinga tomato, Blue Jade container corn, Bush Spaghetti Squash, Sweet Ornamental peppers, Peter pepper. You asked That's my list of everything I couldn't find this year. String of pearls succulent, Burros tail succulent. More succulent seeds in general. I <3 succulents.
* * * * * 5 stars! Just got my seed order today, it shipped FAST, and I'm so excited to get these toms and peppers started! Your prices are the best around and the selection of harder to find varieties on your website is amazing! I'm excited to try the bonus seeds you sent me too (Beit Alpha Cucumber and Csikos Botermo Cherry Tomato). I'm already looking at your grow list for this year (2015) and deciding what to order for next year.

Thank you! I will definitely order again!

(BTW: Where do you get your seed packets? I want to try my hand at saving tomato seeds this year and these are perfect and tiny envelopes. TIA)
Replied on: 10:43pm 03-30-2015

Hi Gwen,
Thank you! so glad you are so happy
Thank you for the suggestions too!
The envelopes are #1 Coin Envelopes. You can find them at office supply stores and on the internet.
Remy

6:52am 03-14-2015
Mary McCreadie

How did you find Sampleseeds.com?(web search, forum recommendation, a blog, etc.)

From a Yahoo,group,post
Several "add to cart" buttons did not work for me - maybe IPad related? Anyway, how can I order?
Replied on: 8:59am 03-14-2015

Hi Mary,
I need to know what buttons are not working to know if it is a problem here so I can fix them. Sometimes when I update pages a button will stop working. If it is a problem on you end, you will have to copy and paste you items to an email to SampleSeeds@yahoo.com. Thank you.

3:34pm 03-13-2015
Kathryn

How did you find Sampleseeds.com?(web search, forum recommendation, a blog, etc.)

I saw your name on Titania's a year ago, and bought seeds from you.

What kind of seeds are you interested in?(perennials, tomatoes, etc.)

I love tomatoes, peppers, eggplant. I am crazy about gourds, esp. edible types

Anything you would like to see on our site?(specific variety, more of something in general)

I don't know. So far I have found some unusual goodies here.
HI
I bought seed from you last year. The only peppers I was able to get to even sprout was your Yellow Peter and Hungarian Black! It is a beautiful plant. I planted it in my garden. I should have planted it in a container to grace my front porch! Also, wow, I found Utyonok tomato here last year, and bought it not only because I needed a neat container tomato, but that name: Little Duck grabbed me! What a find, the plants thrived in pots, (okay in the garden) and produced awesome tomatoes! I had never seen a tomato that was yellow on the outside, and red on the inside! Great flavor fresh, and dehydrated too!
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Thanks for the great seeds, and fun seed site too!
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From Kathryn
7:47am 02-23-2015
Scott Wallen

How did you find Sampleseeds.com?(web search, forum recommendation, a blog, etc.)

google

What kind of seeds are you interested in?(perennials, tomatoes, etc.)

beans

Anything you would like to see on our site?(specific variety, more of something in general)

all is good
I noticed the "aunt Jeans' and the "Red and White" share the same photo on your site are they the same bean? I have been searching for this bean for a good portion of my adult life (the fall variety).
Replied on: 9:05am 02-23-2015

Hi Scott, They are similar looking, but they are not the same bean. I have grown them at the same time so besides the bit of difference in the look of the beans which is more noticeable in person, they do grow and mature at different rates.

1:39pm 02-19-2015
Oakley W. McKinney

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Newspaper

What kind of seeds are you interested in?(perennials, tomatoes, etc.)

Tomatoes
Do you have a catalog I can get.. Let me know and I will send address.. Thank you
Replied on: 5:33pm 02-19-2015

I'm sorry there is no catalog only the web site. It is very cost prohibitive to have one.

10:11am 02-14-2015
Vickie Newton

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Tatianna's

What kind of seeds are you interested in?(perennials, tomatoes, etc.)

Dwarf Tomatoes
I would love to buy some of the dwarf tomatoes but they all seem to be out of stock. Is there any way you can let me know when you get some more? Thank you so much!
Replied on: 11:01am 02-14-2015

Hi Vickie, Yes, many of them are gone already, very popular. I do still have a few listed. None will be available until Nov. 15th. I have not decided which one I will be growing yet. Though I do know Sean's Yellow Dwarf will be in the mix because my brother's name is Sean so I have to grow it.

11:37am 02-04-2015
Linda Oppe

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web search

What kind of seeds are you interested in?(perennials, tomatoes, etc.)

russian squash
A friend is trying to find Chersonkaya Russian squash seeds. Any ideas/suggestions?
3:29pm 01-28-2015
Michael Edens

How did you find Sampleseeds.com?(web search, forum recommendation, a blog, etc.)

Browsing google for the best deals on seeds and came across this website

What kind of seeds are you interested in?(perennials, tomatoes, etc.)

Annuals and Perennials, I like the types that are not so common

Anything you would like to see on our site?(specific variety, more of something in general)

the site is perfect
I wanted you to know that the Primrose seeds I got from ya are doing great! Had good germination with each kind and I couldnt be happier. I love this site and have told my friends and family all about it. Will keep updating on the flowers! Cmon Spring!!
Replied on: 7:11pm 01-28-2015

Hi Michael, That is wonderful! Always glad to hear of success

10:45pm 01-07-2015
Kimberly Sagona

How did you find Sampleseeds.com?(web search, forum recommendation, a blog, etc.)

Just looking for some seeds

What kind of seeds are you interested in?(perennials, tomatoes, etc.)

Flowers, and vegetables

Anything you would like to see on our site?(specific variety, more of something in general)

I just love seeds and watching them grow
I would like to try a coffee plant if u have one.
Replied on: 6:46pm 01-08-2015

Hi,
Glad you found us, but sorry, no coffee plant.

1:47am 12-22-2014
Beth

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web search

What kind of seeds are you interested in?(perennials, tomatoes, etc.)

Any food crops

Anything you would like to see on our site?(specific variety, more of something in general)

Recommend Pink Machiaw eggplant--early & prolific in zone 6.
Just wanted to let you know, the trumpets were playing--finally found out the name of the basil that's been volunteering in my garden for at least 10 years! I had purchased a "Basket of Basils" seed packet from an English seed company, and although they all did well, the "Blue Spice" variety was the only one that: a) self-seeds, b) smells sweetish (apparently it's name isn't "sweet-smelling basil", and c) is never bitter, even while flowering. The taste is almost anise-y/peppery, but the pesto is fantastic. It is great in salads, sauces, and dries well. I'm so spoiled, I don't bother planting basil anymore--it even self-seeds in the pots of plants I bring in for the winter, so we have basil year round.
Replied on: 9:24pm 12-22-2014

Glad you figured it out!

3:48pm 12-09-2014
Kelli Miesse

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Recommendation

What kind of seeds are you interested in?(perennials, tomatoes, etc.)

Any
I tried to buy Salad Burnet (Sanguisorba minor) Z4 sangui with the order I just sent through, but the link to "add to cart" isn't linked correctly and goes to a paypal page. =(
Replied on: 6:53pm 12-09-2014

Thank you for letting me know. It is fixed now

9:32pm 11-17-2014
Jim Wright
Remy
I sent you a package(60-70) of white IWK seeds today. I have a few more, somewhere. If I can find them I'll send them to you.

Jim
Replied on: 6:53pm 12-09-2014

Jim, Thank you so much for the seeds! It is much appreciated

9:57am 10-12-2014
CAROL HAJ
Hey Remy--I have at least 200 castor bean seeds for you--I'd love to trade for something in the spring. There should be lots more seed coming soon, I'm not sure if they will still ripen after frosts. Let me know the best way to get these to you and if you need more than 200 tell me.
Replied on: 6:54pm 12-09-2014

Thank you, Carol!

9:56am 09-13-2014
L.C.

How did you find Sampleseeds.com?(web search, forum recommendation, a blog, etc.)

Dave's Garden

What kind of seeds are you interested in?(perennials, tomatoes, etc.)

all kinds of veggies + flowers too
I plan on ordering seeds from you in the spring, but wanted to ask you if you could recommend a bush cantaloupe, watermelon & winter squash.
Replied on: 10:44am 09-15-2014

I do no know of good bush varieties of canteloupe or watermelon, but Minnesota Midget Canteloupe and Sugar Baby Watermelon are smaller easier to control varieties. they can even be trellised. As far as winter squash, most are vining, and small fruited ones again can be trellised. Acorn squash Table Queen is an excellent bush variety though.

6:13pm 08-12-2014
Kathy

How did you find Sampleseeds.com?(web search, forum recommendation, a blog, etc.)

web search (probably for Portuguese kale)

What kind of seeds are you interested in?(perennials, tomatoes, etc.)

novelties
I'm loving my Portuguese kale . Russian Red kale is still my favorite brassica, but the Portuguese kale has won a place in my garden because I love the way it grows--huge, spreading, cabbage-like leaves that stay flat & just keep coming.

I did want to ask your advice on greasy beans. My husband said he doesn't like the hairs on regular green beans, so greasies sound like they'd be up his alley, but I'm not sure which variety would do well up here (northern zone 4, Wisconsin). Are there any you'd recommend for northern gardening?

Thanks!
Replied on: 8:59pm 08-12-2014

So glad to hear about the kale!
For the beans, anything that I say grows well for me should do well for you. I normally start my beans in 2" started size pots outside on a rack when the days are above 50 at night. Then when they have a few leaves, I transplant into the garden, by then the ground is usually warmer. But my friend who is a bean expert and lives in WI says he has been successful with seeding direct into the ground in late June and still got a good crop. That might be late for saving seeds though. If you do save seeds, beans that are completely mature and drying on the vine can hand light frosts. The pods act like jackets, but for really cold, I would either pull the vines or cover them. Most beans I've grown come in a lot sooner than the frost though. Hope that helps, Remy

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