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Old December 30, 2008   #1
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This is a mail order house out of Switzerland that specializes in Cucurbits. They have over 700 varieties of squashes and pumpkins. I have ordered from them with no problems. Need help, let me know. Here's the link. Ami
http://www.kcb-samen.ch/shop/?language=en
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Old December 31, 2008   #2
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I have ordered some squash seeds from it over a year ago. It is a good seed company with wide selections of squashes (and other unusual cucurbitas) it can be a bit pricey for certain seeds but the service is good.

Here is another company which is also good but the selections of squash is not as much :
http://www.bobby-seeds.com/shop_content.php?coID=8

Happy seeds hunting!
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Old January 1, 2009   #3
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Switzerland is a famous pricey country (It is cheap only for Japanese tourists) I have got many friends there who used to come to Belarus to learn Russian and lived in our family's flat
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Old January 13, 2009   #4
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Andrey, I think nowadays Japanese will find it pricey too .
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I ordered a lot from KCB. Pricey indeed, but they make it up with a huge selection of varieties.
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