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Swallowtail Garden Seeds review May 23, 2008

Filed under: Hydroponics — stoatmax @ 8:34 am
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Find their site here.

I ordered all three strawberries on the page 3 days ago. As stated in the shipping info, they were set to arrive in 3 days. They did. I came home from school today to find a medium sized, puffy orange envelope sitting on my desk. I opened the orange envelope. I found a white envelope. I opened it. I found 3 seed packets and the shipping information. The packets had germination info and a description of my plant. I opened the packets. I found a miniature plastic-bag. Inside that I found a small white envelope. Inside the envelope were my seeds.

And inside the seeds? Everything required to make an extremely complex living thing which is different than any other seed of the same variety, from the same plant, taken from the exact same fruit.

From the start, just the package made me think. That’s a very good thing.

The people at Swallowtail Garden seeds have provided me with a pleasant overall experience. Their prices/delivery rates are, at the very least, quite reasonable, their selection is much more than fair, and the service I’ve been provided through email and the haste of my delivery have made this a simple, incredibly buyer-friendly experience for me. If you’re looking for good delivery, customer service, price, and a wide array of products for your next seed purchase, I highly reccomend Swallowtail Garden Seeds.


3 Responses to “Swallowtail Garden Seeds review”

  1. Red Icculus Says:

    Swallowtail is one of the few that offers seeds instead of live plants and they have unique varieties as well.

  2. hydroponica Says:

    Good to know! I’ll add them to my blog just as soon as I figure out whether to classify seeds as Hardware or Nutrients…

    Man, this Encyclopedia I’m building is turning out to be a lot more work than I thought.

    I like your blog though, I’ll add it as well if you don’t mind. (And Red: I already had your excellent blog on my site.)

    I’m always on the lookout for good information on hydroponics. I wonder if I could use strawberries as a selling point to convince the wife to green-light an expansion of our current hydroponics… hrm…

  3. stoatmax Says:

    I don’t mind at all! It’s my pleasure.
    I’ve seen your blog(encyclopedia) before, and I like it.
    And I don’t doubt that you could use sweet, sweet strawberries to persuade your wife to let you expand your setup.

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