Review: Edible Antiques – Heirloom Seeds

When I started my gardening series I said I wanted to do a current review of Edible Antiques. I approached Stacey about this because I just really want to share her company. Now this was not the first time I purchased seeds from her but the last time was in 2014 which does not work for a review. So let’s get started.

This is a small business with superior customer service. I also want to say that it is a Canadian company but on her page it does say she will ship internationally (with some restrictions).

First when you go to website it is extremely easy to navigate (just go check it out for yourself). Now I have read everything on the site but I am here to talk about the purchase, process and product. Once you click on ‘shop’ you are brought to the products page. Very simple and everything is in their appropriate groupings. Very simple to find the type of vegetable seeds you are looking for. The pictures are a joy to look at too ha-ha. Checking out is simple; all three major credit cards and Paypal are accepted. Offering a secure check out.

The items I ordered were sent out 2 business days after I placed the order. Back in 2014 Stacey had emailed to let me know when my items were shipped. However this time I emailed her first. So, I cannot say if she still does this. If you do have any questions or concerns she is quick to get back to you. I have been really slow about replying though. Every time I plan to do it I get distracted by something else (I am sorry!). Everything on her end has been good. We did have a hiccup though, as mentioned earlier Edible Antiques is a small business, a one woman show if you will. So, a couple of the seed packets I ordered were out of stock. I was promptly notified and refunded. Again amazing customer service.

I received the seeds on June 6th I believe. Sometimes Canada Post is on par with delivery times.

Edible Antiques 2016

Is this packaging just the most gorgeous thing you have every seen. Very personal touch to them along with the packaging being made out recycled cotton and agricultural byproduct. This means that you can put it right in your compost if you do not want to keep them (I probably will).

From beginning to end I loved purchasing from here and I plan to again next year. Please go check her out, I’ve had nothing but good experiences so far!

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