Quality seeds produce robust plants. Wide variety of vegetables – 32 different kinds. Ample seeds to plant entire garden. Heirloom and non-GMO.
Not all growers experienced high germination rates. Some packs had missing seeds.
30 non-GMO seed varieties in each pack. From naturally-pollinated plants. Heirloom vegetables. Germination in as little as 5 days. Growing guide and plant scissors included.
Some consumers report missing seeds. Empty or torn packets found upon delivery.
Provides an impressive variety of non-GMO seeds. 40 individual packets total 16,500 heirloom vegetable seeds. Plant trimming scissors and growing instructional booklet included.
Quality control issues. Duplicated or missing seed varieties. Low seed quantities. Rare reports of poor germination.
Kit for salad connoisseurs and indoor gardeners. Includes pre-seeded pods with 6 types of lettuce seeds. Comes with plant food. Backed by a 100% germination or replacement guarantee.
Limited variety. Some pods didn't germinate.
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A set of vegetable seeds allows you to put fresh food on your table throughout the growing season. Some sets come with instructions for the new gardener to help you know when to plant and how much space you will need for each variety. Heirloom seeds are those derived from plant varieties grown in the past, often 100 years ago or more. While the look on these vegetable will likely not be as pretty or as large as newer seeds, the taste is generally better. The disadvantage of heirloom seeds is that their germination rate is often lower than more modern seeds. It is okay to buy more seeds than you need for one season. If stored properly, vegetable seeds can hold over for use another season.
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