I have never paid much attention to the seed I bought until I watched the documentary "Food, Inc" (which is a definite must watch if you haven't seen it.) Although the part of the movie that focused on seeds was geared toward bigger farms, it sure opened my eyes to a subject that I had never thought about.
But the reason I am sharing this is because of the excellent customer service I got from the company. I placed my order early one morning (when my internet connection seems to be the best!) and chose the cheapest form of shipping available since I wasn't in a hurry to get the seeds. I received an email that the order had been filled and shipped that same day. AND withing 2 days I had the seeds. Well, I sent them an email thanking them for such prompt delivery AND received a reply that day! All correspondence was a human reply-not a computer generated form. I am impressed.
If you are interested in heirloom seeds, check them out: http://www.mypatriotsupply.com/
And I got my first cabbages from the garden today! They are huge-even after I took off what the bugs had munched on (happy rabbits later!)
I put the store bought cauliflower in the pic to show the difference in size home grown can make. The only "help" these cabbages got was a little rabbit fertilizer. There are 6 more that will be ready to pick soon. Ooh, I can smell the cabbage rolls now. Yummmm.
What I learned today: Don't text and mow. 'nuf said!