seed recommendation

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Helsbells
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seed recommendation

Post: # 272703Post Helsbells
Wed Mar 20, 2013 12:34 pm

Hi all,
Has anyone used this website for buying seeds?

http://www.vegetableseeds.net/default.htm

The seeds are cheap and free p&p

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Re: seed recommendation

Post: # 272704Post oldjerry
Wed Mar 20, 2013 2:17 pm

Another one to add to the list.Thanks Helsbells,I've had a( very quick )shufty and they look really competitive.I need some non self blanching celery,so I'll send off for some this pm.

A fair few of us seem to have been using some new seed sources this year,if I'm laid up again this end of year,I'll try and formulate a list of these cheaper suppliers put it up for next season,and then maybe some people can give us their experience of them.

A couple of years back,apart from saving a bit of my own seed for a couple of favourite beans etc,I never gave much thought to how much I was spending on seed...Are those days gone or what??

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Post: # 273067Post HOMER
Mon Apr 01, 2013 6:15 am

Never seen that site before,
But got to be worth a try!

Thanks for sharing

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Post: # 273086Post citizentwiglet
Tue Apr 02, 2013 6:28 pm

I've used them - they're really good, and very fast delivery. Seeds are all packaged really well (I've had seeds from DT Brown that have been in ripped, soggy packets before now). If you follow them on Facebook, they also do special discounts - I think I got 10% off my order.
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