orgoveg
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St. Clare Heirloom Seeds

I just had another very good experience with St. Clare Heirloom Seeds and I feel compelled to spread the word. With most businesses being owned by large corporations these days, it's pretty rare to have a really positive experience. I emailed this company to inform them that some of the seeds I bought seemed to be bad (all of the other seeds I got from them were great). I wasn't complaining at all; I just wanted to inform them. They immediately responded to my email and credited my card for the purchase price. I didn't ask for a refund; they just did it. Today, I got replacement seeds in the mail along with a freebie sampler.

I know this seems like an advertisement but when people treat me right, I want to tell about it. It doesn't happen very often. I have no affiliation, whatsoever, with this company. They just seem to be really good folks.

Jeremy brua
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Location: Western Pa.

I love dealing with people like that!

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jnunez918
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Location: Austin, TX

Glad to know...I bought some eggplant varieties from Johnny seeds and had little germination.
Jennifer
Austin, TX Zone 8b

GardenGnome
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Baker creek has nice seeds.
Gilson (Giles) Zone 7b

albucsfan
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Location: North Alabama

GardenGnome wrote:Baker creek has nice seeds.
Gotten most of my seeds from them the last 2 years... Have had really good luck... They were even very quick to replace the packet that arrived empty.

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