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Old January 30, 2014   #1
Salsacharley
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I found this seed source last year while looking for Green Velvet. I received fast and friendly service with personalized communication. Yesterday I received their catalog in the mail. It was a hand-made catalog that indicates a lot of effort went into its production. Edible Antiques is based in Prince Edward County, Ontario. I'm no expert on varieties but they offer some pretty unique items I haven't seen elsewhere.

http://edible-antiques.myshopify.com/

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Salsacharley,
I saw that they have the Dr. Carolyn tomato, and as well as some unique varieties that you don't see in most catalogs. If your main concern is being eco friendly and organic gardening, this company looks to be a good company to purchase seeds from.
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How cute! They aren't that far from us, and I was planning to visit them this summer until I realized that it's someone operating out of their home. Good for them! I love the home-made seed packets!

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