Review: GrowOrganic.com

Hi All,
SNV8470    Organic Tomatillo, Pineapple (Ground Cherry) forty seeds planted: zero germination
SNV8414    Organic Summer Squash, Ronde de Nice twenty seeds planed: two germinated
SNV8245    Organic Squash, Summer Early Straightneck fifteen seeds planted: one germinated
SNV4112    Renee's Garden Scallions Delicious Duo a full package planted: two germinated and both died (Walmart's Scallions sprouted like crazy)
SNV8334    Organic Onion, Valencia Full package planed: one sprouted and died
Looks like no tomatillos and no squash this season. I will try replanting from Burpee, but our growing season is so short and I have already lost a month (zone 6c).
I would say to stay away form these folks:
:'(
-T
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On 6/18/19 7:43 PM, T wrote:

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I am shocked when a zuck seed does not sprout. These guys must be a bunch of real screw ups!
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I had a very strange experience with tomatillos (first time I've planted them). I planted 4 pots indoors, and only one had sprouts. A couple weeks later I put that tray on the porch so the plants could adjust before I found time to set them in the ground. In a couple days, the other 3 pots had plants.
Very strange.
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On 6/21/19 11:01 AM, Drew Lawson wrote:

Tomatillos even survive my Black Thumb! I have had them reseed for two years after I grow them. All over the place -- not where I want them though.
Last year's failed as I was doing an experiment with them. This year was just bad seeds.
I have new squash and tomatillos seeds coming from Burpee.
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On 6/21/19 2:02 PM, T wrote:

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IMPORTANT: tomatillos do not self pollinate. To get any fruit, you have to have two or more plants. And put them close enough together so they can pollinate each other. I put mine two feed apart. You will also notice that they will branch into each other. I presume it is for pollination.
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