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Seed Tapes are the perfect, no-waste way to plant where space really counts — in
containers, raised beds, or small gardens. Each strip of biodegradable paper is embedded with
perfectly spaced seeds; simply unroll into a planting furrow and cover. Planting is precise,
there's little or no thinning needed, and the germination rate is outstanding. Seed Tapes are
made by Suttons Seeds, one of England's most trusted growers, and we're offering some of
their most reliable and rewarding vegetable varieties.
2009 was a tough year for gardeners in the Northeast: cold, windy, plagued by heavy rains and blight
— not the best year to try a new product like these Seed Tapes in our test gardens. But, to
our surprise, nearly 100 percent of the seeds germinated. Popular with English gardeners for
years, Seed Tapes have made believers of us. This set of 4 Seed Tape includes three tapes each of Carrot (Amsterdam Forcing 3), Radish (French Breakfast), Lettuce (Webb's Wonderful) and Beet (Boltardy).
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Not as easy as it seems, but still easy
By Erin D.
from Williamston, MI
About Me Avid Gardener
Comments about Seed Tape, Set of 4:
These seed tapes aren't bad, but they're also not a piece of cake to use. They're packaged in an almost toilet-paper-like covering, which is a little fiddly to separate from the roll.Still, for small seeds, I think there is less waste involved when using this tape than not. I wish there were more varieties available to choose from.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
not as easy as i thought it would be
was very disapointed in the seed tapes i purchased 2 different kinds only 1 out of 20 seed actualy grew very bummed out over it had to replant twice
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Seeds are fun
from Greenfield Indiana
About Me Midrange Shopper
I used two empty flower boxes oon our deck to plant carrots radishes and lettuce.
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
from Rhode Island
easy to usealready seeing spaced seedlings.nice to have a product that preforms as advertised
(3 of 5 customers found this review helpful)
By Sue Greenthumbs
from Saragtoga, CA
Small seeds such as radishes, carrots and beets are so much easier to plant using the seed tape--no more 10 seeds in one place and none in another.When will lettuce seeds come this way????
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