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Seed catalog/website with free shipping?

Post  karynne on 3/30/2013, 9:04 pm

Can anyone recommend a good source for seeds with free shipping?

I ordered from a seller at amazon and the packets had a very small amount of seed, will contact the seller but need more seed!

I am also new (well here anyway) Very Happy


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Re: Seed catalog/website with free shipping?

Post  Nicola on 3/31/2013, 1:40 pm

Well, first, let me say welcome to Square Foot Gardening's forum!

Last night, I saw your post, and did a Yahoo search myself--then, my computer shut down before I saved my results. But it looked like most were "Free with... (usually $xx worth of seeds)". I think it was mysticseeds.com that had free shipping, but they don't have much selection. www.genericseeds.com ships free w/$20 order, $2.00 shipping, under that amount. seeds now has sample packs for 99 cents, and I did a mock order of 4 types of seeds, which would've been $5.91 .. including shipping for $1.95.
Okay, enough of my ADD-style internet wandering....Why are you looking for free shipping, anyway (if I may ask)? Are you not near/ unable to go to a garden store?
Good luck, and I hope someone else who knows from experience can chime in and give another answer.

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Post  Lindacol on 3/31/2013, 3:55 pm

Check in the Seed Traders Corner - link on the home page. Post what you are looking for. Many of us are willing to share for just the price of a SASE.

Most free shipping offers are for limited times or have minimum orders.

Here are some examples:
Free shippng coupon for Johnnys seeds:
http://www.retailmenot.com/view/johnnyseeds.com

Free shipping on orders over $10
http://www.tradewindsfruitstore.com/servlet/StoreFront

Free shipping on orders over $20
http://www.genericseeds.com/
http://www.sandhillpreservation.com/pages/seed_catalog.html

Free shipping on orders over $30
http://www.swallowtailgardenseeds.com/

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Re: Seed catalog/website with free shipping?

Post  karynne on 3/31/2013, 4:16 pm

Thank you both so much for the info and the welcome, I am already loving this forum! okay

Was looking for baby bok choy and other interesting vegetables that usually arent in the store-will check out the links and the traders corner.

Just saw in my email today that burpee is having 3 day free shipping with the code FSP90 if anyone is interested.

Thanks again!

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Re: Seed catalog/website with free shipping?

Post  NightMist on 4/1/2013, 11:03 am

@karynne wrote:Thank you both so much for the info and the welcome, I am already loving this forum! okay

Was looking for baby bok choy and other interesting vegetables that usually arent in the store-will check out the links and the traders corner.

Just saw in my email today that burpee is having 3 day free shipping with the code FSP90 if anyone is interested.

Thanks again!

It's not free, but Baker Creek has flat $3.50 shipping on seeds. They also have your baby bok choy, and a lot of interesting vegetables.

rareseeds.com

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Re: Seed catalog/website with free shipping?

Post  Nicola on 4/1/2013, 11:20 am

@NightMist wrote:
It's not free, but Baker Creek has flat $3.50 shipping on seeds. They also have your baby bok choy, and a lot of interesting vegetables.
rareseeds.com
I love Baker Creek! They bought & reopened Comstock Ferre Seed Company (America's oldest, I think!). I can still just drive a couple of towns over and search through the racks, with the old wooden seed drawer cabinets all around. And both catalogs are a treat to flip through. study

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Re: Seed catalog/website with free shipping?

Post  NightMist on 4/2/2013, 12:56 am

@Nicola wrote:
@NightMist wrote:
It's not free, but Baker Creek has flat $3.50 shipping on seeds. They also have your baby bok choy, and a lot of interesting vegetables.
rareseeds.com
I love Baker Creek! They bought & reopened Comstock Ferre Seed Company (America's oldest, I think!). I can still just drive a couple of towns over and search through the racks, with the old wooden seed drawer cabinets all around. And both catalogs are a treat to flip through. study

I went to them for Albino Bullnose sweet peppers, and stayed for a bunch more.
I tell you what I had never tried Russian tomatoes before finding them at Baker Creek. Now I would have a full scale revolution at my house if I didn't start at least Cosmonaut Volkov. That particular variety has become the hands down favorite at my house, and it just flat out grows better for me than any other early variety. YM(and gardening conditions)MV

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