Only had about a 50% germination rate. The garden area I used has been fallow for three years. I added compost when planted.
Thanks and I plan on purchasing from you again next year.
I shared the squash seed with a friend. We both had similar experiences. The seed was slow to germinate compared to other squash seeds (butternut and summer squash). We both got less than 50% germination. He started his in flats, I started some of mine indoors and some in the ground). It is early July, my plants look good and are starting to flower.
I planted my seeds, kale n spinach together and just about all of the seeds germinated and produced a large quantity of greens! Very happy with the quality of the seeds, the seeds germinated very quickly.
I planted a row of about 50 beans. Only 5 plants came up. I replanted with beans soaked overnight and have a total of 10 plants. Disappointed. My green beans and other vegetables are doing just fine.
I ordered the seeds as a project for me and my daughter. We started them inside but since we live in the south didn't wait too long to plant once they sprouted. My husband built a trellis for them and we've enjoyed watching the vines climb. We no have a few gourds and more flowers. Now we just wait. Looking forward to helping my daughter make Christmas gifts this December.
You sent me shake not seed. So I went to my local store and brought a dwarf sunflower. You could send me sunflower seeds or credit my account. Thank you.
Planted 10 seeds in a seed starter set-up and all 10 came up just fine. I kept four seedlings and gave six to a friend. This is my first attempt at tomatoes and I'm growing them inside. I'm trying to learn the ropes as I go (with lots of research on the web) in terms of watering, etc., and two of my seedlings get what I assume is too leggy and keeled over. I have one in a soft sided SmartPot and one in a City Jungle and they seem to be happy. We'll see. Pictures attached. If you see any indication there's something different I need to be doing, please let me know. Thanks, Ralph
Lovely peas! So lovely, in fact, the deer ate about half of my shoots, but I cast many seeds and have enough to share. Thanks for all you do!
Beautiful seeds! Can’t wait to plant this year...first time growing wheat! Gonna use a small plot and see how it goes and hope for the best! Thank you for remembering me when your seeds came in with an email. Your service was unsurpassed! I won’t forget you in the future. Thank you, again!
After purchasing the peppermint seeds it came to my attention the peppermint does not produce fertile seeds and reproduces only by spreading their rhizomes. So it would seem that these seeds are a type of mint but maybe not peppermint? The seeds sprouted and they lack the familiar peppermint appearance of having dark green leaves with reddish veins.
I sprouted seeds first before planting. Every plant is healthy and growing well. No pumpkins yet. Seeds arrived in a timely manner.
Seeds sprouted in about two weeks. Grew several strong healthy plants 30+ days later. Some susceptibility to pests.
Mine were ready in about 38 days! So pretty and delicious!
Despite high demand my shipment arrived quickly and in great condition. Germination took about a week. Will order again soon
So far, the seeds from this company are growing the best of all the veggies in the grow bags. Lots of blossoms so far, healthy plants and bigger than all the rest. I only planted the yellow squash and the burp less cucumbers from Sustainable, and the other veggies came from other companies. So far, Sustainable seeds plants are overwhelmingly superior. The top two plants in the picture are the cucumber and squash. The sad little bean plant near the bottom is struggling, as are the other peppers and cabbage. . Very happy with Sustainabke Seeds.
Planted seeds in small container for transplant later. About 5 weeks later transplanted into wife’s garden. Grew very well. Will obtain more seeds for 2021. Very pleased. See photo’s.
This was a selection for the KY Seed Library Consortium this year in our public library group. I have never had success with carrots, but these beauties were easy, tender, and tasty. The tops were so sweet that we added them to quiches, soups, and salads - and we'll be drying the tops to use in place of dried parsley. These were on target for 65 days, about as big around as a finger, but longer than we'd expected, up to seven or eight inches, although with our rather peculiar summer, the bulk of them started coming on at 75 days. We had only one forked carrot out of about every 2 dozen. They were absolutely gorgeous, and I'm so pleased that this was a Seed Library selection. Thank you all so much for offering great heirloom & OP seed at terrific bulk prices!