Love ItLove It

Healthy seeds guarantee healthy produce

I buy seeds online and it is just a risk I take as not all seeds that I receive yield good results.

I have had many disappointments.  I had ordered for the seeds of morning glory in 8 colours and paid quite a bit for them but none came up.

I could say I get just about 30 or 40 percent success from seeds bought online. I have no other  choice.

If the seeds are healthy they will end up producing great results such as the zinnia you see here.

  • Do you buy seeds online?

    • Yes
    • No

What do you think?

10 points

Written by grace

I have been writing for various sites some of which have disappeared.  I have several interests including writing, photography, gardening, reaching out, cooking.  I have a blog which needs a bit of revamping and when I get some time I will go there and do justice.

I love people and have been responsible for getting together several groups such as class mates, seniors, orphaned kids and family

Wordsmith BuddyContent AuthorSmarty PantsBookwormLoyal Buddy


Leave a Reply
  1. My “comment is awaiting moderation” … I put a link in there. Oh well. I buy seeds from a company I like called Baker Street Heirloom but usually from them at expos or a seed bank. Their seeds have always been good. However they have a free rare seed catalogue and also a big catalogue (not free). I put a link to them in the comment. Will it escape moderation? We’ll see soon. It’s almost time for them to wake up from sleep. (lol)

Leave a Reply