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Populuxe Seed Bank

Edmonton, Canada · 271 Sales

populuxeseed

Populuxe Seed Bank

Edmonton, Canada 271 Sales On Etsy since 2005

4.5 out of 5 stars
(88)

Shop owner

Kelly

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Announcement   The seed bank shop is currently closed while grow outs are in place! Please check back starting November 2016 to see what new varieties will be offered.

The Populuxe Seed Bank is a privately run seed bank dedicated to acquiring, growing out, and distributing open pollinated and heirloom vegetable varieties. with a special emphasis on tomatoes.

You can learn more about the bank, follow the progress of the gardens, and join the newsletter at http://theseedbank.net

Announcement

Last updated on Oct 16, 2016

The seed bank shop is currently closed while grow outs are in place! Please check back starting November 2016 to see what new varieties will be offered.

The Populuxe Seed Bank is a privately run seed bank dedicated to acquiring, growing out, and distributing open pollinated and heirloom vegetable varieties. with a special emphasis on tomatoes.

You can learn more about the bank, follow the progress of the gardens, and join the newsletter at http://theseedbank.net

Kelly

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Kelly

Reviews

Average item review
4.5 out of 5 stars
(88)
BRITTNEY BLACKMON

BRITTNEY BLACKMON on Apr 27, 2016

4 out of 5 stars

I got my seed about two weeks after I ordered them, but they were here when they said they would be here. I planted them yesterday I'm hopeful for a few plants by Monday! Thank you so much these are the tomatoes I wanted the most! Will keep you posted

Georgi

Georgi on Mar 23, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Received as promised.....thank you very much!

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Shop policies

Last updated on January 23, 2016
The Populuxe Seed Bank is a privately run seed bank dedicated to acquiring, growing out, and distributing open pollinated and heirloom vegetable varieties. with a special emphasis on tomatoes.

You can learn more about the bank, follow the progress of the gardens, and join the newsletter at http://theseedbank.net

Accepted payment methods

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  • Pay with American Express
  • Pay with Discover
  • Pay with PayPal
Payment
I accept paypal, and payment must be made within 48 hours of purchase, otherwise the sale will be cancelled and the item relisted.

Please note that I do not send receipts in order to help conserve paper.
Shipping
All shipping is done via Canada Post, and shipping is never increased when you order more than one kind of seed.

Seeds are sent in a protected envelope with padding in order to ensure your seeds don't get crushed.

PLEASE NOTE: I am happy to ship seeds anywhere in the world, but it is up to you to verify that your country accepts seeds via the mail. I do not hold phytosanitary certificates, and if your country doesn't accept seeds without this certificate, there's a chance they could be stopped in the mail. In reality, this only seems to be a problem with large quantity of seed, but I highly suggest you look up your country's seed importation laws if you're concerned.
Refunds and Exchanges
I do not offer refunds on seed purchases.
Additional policies and FAQs
All of my seeds are open pollinated or heirloom varieties - I do not offer any sterile hybrid seeds.

I test all my seeds rigorously for germination, before sale, so be assured they are germination-ready. This is to ensure that you don't get any bum seeds in your package! I harvest all my seeds myself, and go through careful drying and fermenting (if needed, ie. for tomatoes) to ensure they are viable seed.

While I am not certified by any agency for organics, I only use organic practises in my garden. All seeds are heirloom/open pollinated, and the plants are grown using only natural organic fertilizers and methods.

Please note: while I take every effort to ensure you top-quality seed with high germination rates, I cannot predict your seed starting or growing methods. Variation in germination may result because of this.

Please note - seed packages (unless otherwise stated) contain a minimum of 25 seeds. Most packages contain 40-50.