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|By Calif_Sue on Apr 25, 2015 3:39 PM, concerning Tropical Plants & More:
I read about the Ficus maclellandii 'Alii' on the Tropical Plants & More website and it looked and sounded so wonderful that I ordered one, along with a White Butterfly Ginger. They were shipped on a Monday and arrived on Wed., well packaged and looking fresh and fabulous! Both plants came with a laminated plant tag and an entire page of detailed info and culture tips, special touches that add to the entire ordering experience. You can tell Ken is a plant lover!
|By needrain on Apr 23, 2015 2:45 PM, concerning Daredevil Daylily:
It was a pleasure to order. This is the daylily site of Linda Michaels and she simply has a great sense of humor. She also sells on the LA, but I had so many of her own intros on my wish list I just went directly to her website in order to get it done once. They arrived and looked great, especially considering that she managed to get them dug and shipped between cold spells bringing snow. I appreciate that kind of effort. A third of the order ended up being bonus plants. It was a small order, but the bonus did reduce the old wish list a little :).
|By texaskitty111 on Apr 15, 2015 6:25 PM, concerning Lyndon Lyon Greenhouses, Inc.:
Received my 9 African violets today from Lyndon Lyon Greenhouses. They arrived well wrapped in little tubes
|By p1mkw on Apr 13, 2015 12:31 PM, concerning Heirloom Seeds:
I've always had good luck with seeds I've ordered from Heirloom Seeds. They are a very small, family-run business so shipping can be quite slow at times. But for me, the quality of the seeds compensates for the delivery times. Generous seed packets and very reasonably priced.
|By TBGDN on Apr 12, 2015 10:05 AM, concerning Dixondale Farms:
I've resisted writing a review of any company over the years. This is my first evaluation. They all (in my opinion) try to maintain a good reputation by supplying reasonable products with satisfactory service and costs. I guess this is called competition in the marketplace, but there is one company out there that excels above the "norm" for good customer service, quality, prices, and dependability. It is, of course, Dixondale Farms. I've ordered from them since about 2008, and I have never encountered a problem of any kind that I can recall.
|By PointDogLady on Apr 11, 2015 8:47 AM, concerning Tropical Plants & More:
When I decided to grow orchids again, after an almost twenty-year hiatus, I was a little worried: My original attempts had been in Houston, Texas, where you can succeed merely by hanging your plants from trees or fences with dappled shade. Need more orchids? There are several commercial growers with wide varieties of species. Want a book or two? Bookstores abound.
|By Ursula on Apr 11, 2015 7:14 AM, concerning Edible Landscaping:
I received my order of Currant and Elderberry bushes yesterday. I was truly impressed. The plants looked sturdy, were of good size and very healthy, and they were perfectly packed for shipping. I give this nursery a big thumbs up!
|By vitrsna on Apr 7, 2015 3:16 PM, concerning Chiltern Seeds:
I have been finding wonderful seeds at Chiltern Seeds in the UK for about 7 years and all my orders have been error free. They ship internationally, in my case to Mexico, and every experience, from finding the seeds I want to order at their website to the arrival at my door, has been a smooth ride, correct and timely. I can't recall an order of seeds that didn't germinate successfully. They have a vast selection and a surprisingly good selection of seeds for tropical climates. I rate them in my top 5 favorite seed companies.
|By Ecograndma on Apr 5, 2015 7:22 PM, concerning Green Acres:
Finally have a great new garden center in Elk Grove, CA! Love, love, love this place. They sell all our organic supplies, and organic and heirloom plants. We can spend hours just walking around. This place has everything for your gardening needs.
|By Ecograndma on Apr 5, 2015 7:12 PM, concerning Pleasants Valley Iris Farm:
Another great business in California to purchase iris. I have not visited the farm, but order iris online. So far, so good. Great selection, good prices, and great shipping. I have purchased about 20 irises in total so far. All irises purchased are thriving and are beautiful. I highly recommend this business.
|By Ecograndma on Apr 5, 2015 7:06 PM, concerning Horton Iris Garden:
These gardens are breathtaking. Located about 20 miles north of Sacramento. You can view approximately 1200 varieties of Iris and purchase some during your visit or order during your visit. You can pick up your Irises in August or they ship to you. There are picnic areas and you can spend the entire day just walking around five acres of the most beautiful flowers. Have taken my granddaughters on numerous occasions. I have purchased over 30 Irises and they are all multiplying and healthy. A must-see destination.