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|By exfed on Mar 25, 2015 1:39 PM, concerning Caladium Bulb Company:
My requested delivery date for my 2015 caladium bulb order needed to be changed due to upcoming travel. I was so pleased with the courteous and prompt response to my request. As busy as they were, I got a phone call back, setting the ship date to April 6th. This is a great company and you can rely on Caladium Bulbs 4 Less for great product, fair prices, and courteous and professional treatment. Thanks, guys!
|By jmorth on Mar 25, 2015 10:59 AM, concerning Living Gardens:
Site was able to provide a daffodil cultivar (Kaydee) that had disappeared from my usual bulb sites. Bravo, Living Gardens. They seem to have a good quantity of bulbs to offer. Will be checking them out henceforth.
|By Kabby on Mar 22, 2015 10:31 PM, concerning Karchesky Canna:
I received a wonderful order of cannas last fall that have already broken dormancy. Not only were the rhizomes large, but the girth of the plants was impressive too. I bought 5 and received a 6th one free. They also sell brugs. Alice Harris has hybridized many of the cannas and brugs herself. I don't have the room for a large order but I have my eye on another canna and perhaps a brug.
|By Weedwhacker on Mar 16, 2015 8:09 PM, concerning Fedco Seeds:
I discovered this company this year when I was searching for a bean variety called "Limelight." After ordering I quickly received an acknowledgment that stated the seeds would be shipped in 2 weeks, and received them as promised. LOTS of open-pollinated varieties. This will likely be a major seed source for me in the future.
|By Weedwhacker on Mar 16, 2015 7:52 PM, concerning Johnny's Selected Seeds:
I order seeds from Johnny's pretty much every year and have never been disappointed. Their catalog and website offer a wealth of information about growing, season extending, and so on. Many, many varieties of "salad greens," in particular. The only negative in my mind is that they seem to be leaning further in the direction of hybrids and carrying fewer open pollinated varieties. Definitely 2 thumbs up for this company!
|By KentPfeiffer on Mar 15, 2015 8:48 PM, concerning Forestfarm:
Forestfarm offers an amazing selection, especially trees and shrubs. Plants are always of the highest quality. Shipping charges are pretty high, but that's inevitable given the size of the plants and the care with which they are packed.
|By patrob on Mar 15, 2015 11:51 AM, concerning High Country Gardens:
My order of four salvias and two penstemons arrived exactly when scheduled, and the plants are all healthy, though some are smaller than I expected. They were well packaged and were not damaged by the FedEx man's throwing the box onto the porch because of ice on the walk and steps. I would order from High Country Gardens again because they offer many unusual varieties that I cannot find in nurseries in my area.
|By donnabking on Mar 14, 2015 12:40 PM, concerning Kartuz Greenhouses:
I just received my order from Kartuz Greenhouses. I am extremely satisfied. I ordered Achimenes. My bulbs were very nice, very healthy, and some were even beginning to sprout, so they seem very eager to grow.
|By dyzzypyxxy on Mar 13, 2015 3:58 PM, concerning Tomato Growers Supply:
Great selection of so many varieties of tomatoes, and also peppers and eggplant. I've had excellent service and quick delivery from them, and I like that they are a local Florida-based company.
|By dyzzypyxxy on Mar 13, 2015 3:53 PM, concerning Tropiflora:
Luckily for me, I live fairly near Tropiflora, so they have not had to send me anything. It is my gardener's "treat" to go and visit there, and I make it a point to attend their spring and fall Plant Festivals. If you are ever visiting this area, be sure to go to Tropiflora, and save room to take home plants! Fabulous unusual plants, the most impressive array of bromeliads and tillandsias I've ever seen, and wonderful supplies. It is totally worthwhile to join their VIPP program. You get a discount, and one e-mail per week with their specials listed.
|By plantladylin on Mar 13, 2015 1:32 PM, concerning Tropicalplantsandmore.com:
Gee, I'm sorry I'm so late in writing this review. Last summer I ordered a couple of orchids and a bark slab mount for my Staghorn Fern and I can't express how happy I was with my purchases. Tropical Plants and More gets an A+ from me. Ken offers quality products and very healthy plants! The packing and shipping were outstanding and the plants were perfect upon arrival. I will definitely be a returning customer!