The Green Pages: The Whitinger Seed Company (E-Commerce Companies)

The Whitinger Seed Company is a very small family-run seed business, owned and operated by the oldest children of Dave and Trish Whitinger. They sell seeds of the very best heirloom varieties of vegetables that they have grown nearly all their life on their farm in East Texas.

The Whitinger Seed Company is represented on Garden.org by the member @dave.

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E-Mail: Contact them

E-Commerce Companies
Main Product(s): Vegetables
Tomatoes

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I got some tomato seeds for Tigerella and Kellogg's Breakfast. They germinated well, but most of all, they have the BEST tomato taste. Tigerella matured early and produced the most tomatoes for me. Kellogg's Breakfast has been bred for size,, taste, meatiness, and a beautiful orange color. Also, they are the only tomatoes that didn't develop cracks. I recommend this company.

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Everything arrived as promised in a timely manner, super friendly service. Great prices for the amount of seed you get!

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Arrived in a timely manner. Very generous amount of seeds. Clear and concise sowing/planting instructions as well.

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Nicely packaged, generous amount of seeds that are very reasonably priced!

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I highly recommend this company. Generous quantities in each packet, great packing, and fast shipping!

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