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It's Not Always As It Seems

Reviewing: Gardener's Choice Tomatoes  |  Rating:
Stephanie Mason By Stephanie Mason on
Badge: Publisher | Level: 11 | Yard & Garden Expertise:

When my husband and I moved into our house we were so excited because it provided us a chance to grow vegatables and fruits. We bought many things that we could plant. While watching TV one night, we saw an infomercial that Gardener's Choice was selling tomatoe plants that they said would grow up to three times what you would get if you bought tomatoe seeds from the store. We talked about this for about a month before we bought the product.

This was the worst product that I have ever spent money on! When we bought the tomatoes, we were told that we would get them within 6-8 weeks, this happened to be late April we ordered them. That never happened. Instead, we received them in late June when it was too late to plant them. We did however plant them, hoping that maybe it wasn't too late and they would grow.

The instructions call for you to mix the dirt with water andput into the containers they provide to you and then water them every week. It also says for the first 3 weeks to leave indoors and once they start to grow plant outside. After following the instructions, I waited about 2 weeks. Nothing ever happened. I waited another 2 weeks. Nothing ever happened. I finally gave up and threw them out.

The bad news about all this is there isn't a money back gaurantee. There is however a product replacement that if you don't get the results that you expected, then you can have them send you more seeds and double your order. I will do this but instead of ordering in April, I will be sure to order in January so that I can get the order and plant them on time.

I would say, don't waste your money. It certainly is not worth it!