Territorial

Discussion in 'Gardening & Plant Propagation' started by suelandress, Dec 29, 2006.

  1. suelandress

    suelandress Windy Island Acres Supporter

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    i was thinking of getting my tomato and pepper plants from these people this year, as they let you buy one of each kind.
    Does anyone have any experience with the quality of their plants?
     
  2. Cara

    Cara Well-Known Member

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    Their plants are great. I have to stay away from that part of town when I'm up there because my car automatically turns in. :) Good quality starts and seeds....a bit pricey, though.
     

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    suelandress Windy Island Acres Supporter

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    The only thing that I'd be nervous about is the distance between OR and CT. 4 or 5 days minimum unless Priority Mail. Best packing in the world sometimes doesn't work. Couldn't get tomato plants live here from OK and IL one year!

    Martin
     
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    You might want to talk to them about the varieties too. The difference in climates between OR and CT may not yeild the best results. Theresa.
     
  7. Jeff54321

    Jeff54321 Well-Known Member

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    Territorial is a first class operation with high quality product. I believe that most of their product is geared for the west coast. But hey........call them up and see what they say.