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3:24am 04-23-2019
MR de la Secoya

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

Google search

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

all, generally

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

clovers; white, red, annual, perennial
I would like some clovers.
9:19pm 04-09-2019
Tarah

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.)

veggies
Just wanted to give a good review of the site because I was so impressed. The samples are pretty generous, were sent quickly, and not only did I get a freebie, but she (Remy, I assume?) paid attention to the types of seeds I was purchasing and included a similar type that she probably thought I'd like. Super thoughtful. I'm definitely going to order from sample seeds again.
Replied on: 9:59am 04-10-2019

Glad you are happy! Yes, I do try to match bonuses to the order. I know the disappointment of getting some generic bonus that does not reflect what was bought.

2:09am 04-01-2019
Connie R.

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

Your website was mentioned on Frugalwoods blog.

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

I rent a room in a house, so I have a little container garden in our backyard. 10 -15” square pots, plus 3 very large pots
I truly enjoyed the hour I spent browsing your website. I loved the stories & histories you shared, as well as the tips and info. I am really looking forward to using the seeds I ordered. Thank you for this “work of love” that is your lovely website. May you & your family be blessed.
Replied on: 9:35am 04-01-2019

Thank you so much! I am glad you can tell I write from what I know (be it right or wrong, lol) from my gardening experiences and not copy and pasted from somewhere else like many sites do.

9:22am 02-20-2019
Judith Giannetto

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

internet

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

all

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

seed starting directions
Received my seeds but no seed starting directions on yor sight or on packet unless I missed it!! Had to look up every type to get directions as some NEED light some you don't cover etc Very disappointed that there were no instructions.
Replied on: 2:34pm 02-20-2019

Hello Judith,
I'm sorry that you were very disappointed. We do explain on the Information page that we ask everyone to read before ordering "~Seed packets do not have growing instructions. Pre-printed packets cost a lot more, and we want to keep costs low. Please use the resources in the Seed STARTING Links column on the right of the web site for growing info." http://www.sampleseeds.com/?page_id=91
I'm sorry that you missed that. You are always welcome to email asking for help too.
Remy

5:54pm 02-09-2019
James Robison

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

Web search. (From Niagara County. Living in Las Vegas now)

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

Annuals. Cedar sage, salvia roemeriana
Can you please let me know when cedar sage, salvia roemeriana seeds are ready?
Salvia roemeriana aka ‘Hot Trumpets’ Salvia aka Cedar Sage Z8 SalRoe
This short, no more than a foot tall, plant has bold bright red flowers. To see photos Click Here. It is native to Texas and from what I’ve read, it likes shade down there, in fact the shade of cedar trees hence the nickname Cedar Sage. Up north it probably would be best for part sun and maybe even full sun. Hummingbird attractor. 25 seeds for $1.50.
Sorry, now out of stock
Thank you,
James Robison
8:28pm 02-08-2019
Dian

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

google
My seeds arrived today. You mailed them to BC Canada 01/30/2019 today it is 2/08/2019. I am amazed. Super service and Thanks for the bonus seeds. Forgot to tell you, I grew the Red \Warty Things last year. They produced extremely well and huge. They contributed to many bowls of squash soup at the soup kitchen.
7:30pm 02-01-2019
marie hoffman

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

any kind
I am glad I found you
Replied on: 9:23am 02-02-2019

Glad you found us!

3:28pm 01-30-2019
max gentry

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

seed swap at noblesville indiana

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

tomatoes
liked your talk last Saturday
Replied on: 7:05pm 01-30-2019

Thank you! So glad you enjoyed it

3:25pm 01-30-2019
max gentry

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

seed swap at noblesville indiana

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

tomatoes
liked your talk last Saturday
1:29pm 01-30-2019
Jean Brighton
Hi Remy, I am a member of the Bridgeview Garden Club and we are very interested in having you do a program in April on Planting Heirloom seeds. The date is April 2, 2019, here on Grand Island. We tried to call you but were unable to connect. Please respond soon, so we can talk to you and set something up. 773-2214 Jean Brighton
5:34pm 01-02-2019
joan cooper

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

facebook

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

all kinds

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

do you have a catalog thanks
would like a catalog thanks
Replied on: 1:56pm 01-05-2019

Hi Joan, So sorry we do not have a paper catalog as it is cost prohibitive for a small business like ours.

12:26pm 12-05-2018
Brett
Hi,

I see some pepper mixes such as the habanero and bell peppers. Are the seed in these mixes separated in any way to know the difference? Or just all mixed together?

Thanks
Replied on: 3:44pm 12-05-2018

Hi Brett, They are pre-mixed by me of varieties we sell. There's no way to tell which seed belongs to what. I try to have even amounts and mix well so there's a good mix when starting the seeds.

10:13am 11-22-2018
Jon Suddith

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

Tomatoville

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

Tomato and Pepper
Hi Remy, love your site! Down here in MS, with the heat and humidity, and my rootknot nematode infestation, growing heirlooms is a challenge. I have seen several varieties that look promising; do you have any suggestions?
Replied on: 3:23pm 11-22-2018

Hi Jon,I wish I had a list of varieties to try, but I don't. I unfortunately do not know a lot about them as they are not a problem here.
I'm sure some are naturally resistant, but I don't know which ones.
I do have friends down there that grow in large containers to bypass them.

6:16pm 11-09-2018
Patrick Jones

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.)

Tomato
Rent I was wondering if you are going to offer Arbuznyi next year? I noticed it wasn’t listed It is my favorite! If not any recommendations that are similar?
Replied on: 8:54am 11-11-2018

Hi Patrick, sorry, I did not grow that one this year. I will have to next year. If you like the darker tomatoes, JD's Special C-Tex is a really good one. I grew a couple great pinkss this year too, Polish (Earl's) and Kentucky Pink Stamper.

10:23am 10-14-2018
Brett
Hi,

Good to know. Interested in the reapers too (and any other superhots you may have). Do you know around when the seed will be available? Don't want to miss out.

Thanks,
Brett
Replied on: 10:46am 10-14-2018

The update day for most of the veggies is Nov. 15th, but the peppers can sometimes take a little longer that that as they are often the last to ripen, get harvested, and have the seeds dried. So more like Dec. 1st for them.

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