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Asian Vegetable Seeds

Posted by ruthz 8a D/FW TX (My Page) on
Sat, Aug 28, 10 at 16:04

I got my order today from Evergreen Seeds for a variety (20 packs) of Asian vegetable seeds.
I would love to hear any growing tips from anyone with experience growing any type of Asian vegetables.
I plan to plant some now and some in spring.
The ones I plant now will be in a raised bed.

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RE: Asian Vegetable Seeds

I have grown the more normal ones. I have been thinking about an order to Evergreen, I have grown Mitzuna, and yardlong beens. The mitzuna was great and grew all winter and into the late spring. The bloom stalks were quite tender and delicious. I used them like brocoli Rab. The yardlong have been very heat resistant. I will be growing others this year. I better get my order in.

RE: Asian Vegetable Seeds

  • Posted by ruthz 8a D/FW TX (My Page) on
    Sun, Aug 29, 10 at 11:44

This is my first time ordering from Evergreen seeds. They were fast and I'm happy with the amount of seeds in each package. A lot of companies send bonus seeds and they didn't, but I think they have much better prices than most companies I order from. I will definately order from them again.
I ordered Mizuna and plan to plant now.
Thanks for sharing your information with me.

RE: Asian Vegetable Seeds

Is this the site you ordered from :
I looked up and it had a message that the site is closed for 2 weeks. I wonder, what kind of website is that !!

RE: Asian Vegetable Seeds

  • Posted by ruthz 8a D/FW TX (My Page) on
    Mon, Aug 30, 10 at 19:05

Yes that is the website I ordered from.
I'm not sure why it's closed for 2 weeks, but I had no problems with my order.

RE: Asian Vegetable Seeds

I've always had a very good experience with Kitazawa Seed. Good seeds, big selection, super fast shipping and don't rip you off on shipping cost and send you a big, nice large catalog.

Here is a link that might be useful: Kitazawa Seed Co.

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