Orders Ship Out in 15 - 20 Business Days; USPS Shipping Delays Expected
Most Orders Are Shipping Out Within 15 - 20 Business Days, However the USPS Is Reporting Significant Shipping Delays
In Summer 2017 Seeds ‘n Such founder and owner J. Wayne Hilton fulfilled one of his longtime dreams after many successful years in the mail-order seed business by releasing a special catalog dedicated mostly to fall and winter crops. This new catalog allowed gardeners virtually anywhere to plan and continue gardening with nutritious crops like greens and root crops that are cold-tolerant and require much less attention than spring and summer crops.
This third edition is now en route from the printer — and has been enlarged to include our full line of superior-quality seeds: about 1,000 varieties in total, with full, complete selections of tomato and pepper seeds (our specialty!) for those gardeners who want to get an extra-early start!
Hilton introduces his new fall catalog by saying, “I’m always surprised that most mail-order firms don’t prepare a catalog for the Fall season. I can’t figure out why, as fall is such a great season for gardeners! Fall planting is far more leisurely than the spring, when gardeners are forced to repair all the ravages of the previous winter. When you plant in the fall, most of your spring crop is still in the garden, making for a fast turnaround before you start to plant your Fall crops.”
He also notes, “Perennial flowers bloom earlier when sown in the summer and fall. Many perennials and most herbs can be direct-sown if planted in the summer and fall, saving the time and hassle of starting seeds indoors.
“Fall-harvested veggies, particularly leafy greens, just taste better than those planted in the spring,” adds Hilton, “As the weather gets cooler, plants convert starches to sugars, which are a natural anti-freeze. This process becomes more pronounced as the first frosts fall, making greens still sweeter and crisper.”
Hilton assures everyone that his unique customer service remains the same. “While the catalog is new,” he says, “the principles that led to my company’s start are old and rock solid. Seeds & Shipping Don’t Have to Cost So Much!” Want proof? Our shipping costs remain around $3, despite a big postal-rate increase in January. Plus our seed packets still cost under two bucks each when you buy at least 20. And our generously-sized packets never cost more than $2.79 each!”
If you have ordered from us in recent years, your new Fall catalog has already been reserved. But beyond our customers, supplies are limited. If you know of other gardeners who haven’t found us yet, help us spread the word by inviting them to go to our website, www.SeedsNSuch.com, and join us in growing our own flavorful, safe, nutritious food year-round.
Can’t wait to get your copy of the Fall catalog?