I got my yellow clover seed in that I purchased from Camp9. He's an easy feller to do business with for sure. The funny thing was, the promotion that USPS is doing right now, 'If it fits, it ships' Camp9 took advantage of. Apparently you CAN stuff 22 pounds of yellow clover seed in one tiny, little box. The postman was one ticked individual. He couldnt stuff it in my mailbox so the old codger (have had several problems with him in the past) pulled into the driveway and met my wife and Scooby the killer weinee dog. He first tried to make my wife walk out in the rain to get the package, but she explained to him that she had just got out of gall bladder surgery and couldnt hardly walk much less carry the package. So, he reluctantly got out of his jeep only to have Scooby put him back in. (Scooby doesnt like any gruff sounding people and is extremely protective of his family) Long story short, he left grumbling about should have shipped it UPS, but I got my sweet yellow clover seed. Thanks Camp9! I'll let you know how well Michigan seed germinates in Tennessee soil.