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By Toni on Jul 6, 2015 7:32 PM, concerning Outside Pride:

I am very impressed with Outside Pride. They shipped my products very promptly, the product was more than I had expected, and everything germinated extremely well. The photo below is just to show all of the wonderful info they print on the label which I find very helpful. I will be ordering from them again.
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By gardengus on Jul 6, 2015 6:46 PM, concerning Santa Rosa Gardens:

I won a gift certificate from ATP for Santa Rosa Gardens in March
Their selection of plants is extensive and diverse, this made it a bit hard to choose.
All plants arrived on schedule as they had informed me of the date . All plants were in great shape, packed well and are currently doing well in my garden.
Great communication and information from Santa Rosa
From my experience I would give this company my highest recommendation.

By mnorberry on Jul 6, 2015 5:44 PM, concerning The Lily Garden:

Ever since I started growing lilies, the best place to order and get information is from Judith Freeman (The Lily Garden). Many times I saw a lily, checked her website, and found what I was looking for. She always ships the best-looking products and great bonuses. It might be where I live on the west coast, but I have never had a bad/mislabeled or dead lily from her business. I recommend her highly.
Mike Norberry
Arcata, Calif 95521

By Claudia on Jul 5, 2015 1:36 PM, concerning Totally Tomatoes:

Ordered all my tomato seeds this year from them. They have a great variety and their seeds have germinated very well for me. Prices are very reasonable and shipping was very quick. Highly recommend this company.

By bhart90 on Jul 3, 2015 3:32 PM, concerning Hidden Valley Hibiscus:

4 plants purchased so far from the greenhouse. 100% satisfaction. Ask me any questions.
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By bluee19 on Jun 28, 2015 3:56 PM, concerning Santa Rosa Gardens:

I purchased the following and was pleased with them
Dianthus Early Bird Fizzy
Dianthus Early Bird Sherbet
Dianthus Passion
Dianthus Romance
Dianthus Rosy Cheeks
Dianthus Ruby's Tuesday
Dianthus Scent First Coral Reef
Dianthus Sugar Plum

All of them did well besides Scent First Coral Reef, so I emailed Santa Rosa Gardens and the customer service was going to send me another onem but they found out they had run out of that stock, and I was able to choose another one, which was called Pop Star. I would definitely recommend them because they were quick in responding to my e-mail and provided great customer service. I even offered to take a picture of the dianthus Scent First Coral Reef, but the customer service agent said I didn't have to.

By nben on Jun 28, 2015 3:12 PM, concerning Tranquil Lake Nursery:

I've been a long-time customer of Tranquil Lake. Their plants are healthy and beautiful, and all customer service interactions with them are easy and pleasant. I highly recommend them.

By nben on Jun 28, 2015 12:42 PM, concerning Van Engelen Inc.:

I've been ordering my bulbs from Van Engelen for probably 20 years now. In my zone 4B garden, I treat tulips as annuals, and I don't skimp on the quantities I plant. After our long, cold, very white winters, I need big bursts of color in the spring. I've always been more than satisfied with the quality of Van Engelen bulbs, and their customer service is wonderful. I recommend them without reservation.

By nben on Jun 27, 2015 12:35 PM, concerning Slightly Different Nursery:

Paul at Slightly Different Nursery is an angel. His personality is engaging, his customer service is impeccable, and his day lilies are amazing. He was especially understanding and helpful to me during a particularly difficult time when we were choosing a daylily for my father. I cannot recommend him enough.

By texaskitty111 on Jun 23, 2015 6:20 PM, concerning The Whitinger Seed Company:

I got some tomato seeds for Tigerella and Kellogg's Breakfast. They germinated well, but most of all, they have the BEST tomato taste. Tigerella matured early and produced the most tomatoes for me. Kellogg's Breakfast has been bred for size,, taste, meatiness, and a beautiful orange color. Also, they are the only tomatoes that didn't develop cracks. I recommend this company.

By kylaluaz on Jun 22, 2015 6:13 PM, concerning Bluestone Perennials:

I ordered four plants from Bluestone's end of season sale this year, a hellebore, an astilbe, and two daylilies. I watched the tracking information -- having chosen the US postal service as the cheapest option. On the day I expected delivery I saw to my dismay that the post office had noted my plants as delivered, but they had not arrived!

I admit I panicked a bit, even though the time of delivery noted was not as much as a half hour before I looked on the porch. I called Bluestone, not expecting they could do anything really, but they were both very patient and kind and also offered to reship if my order did not arrive by the following Monday (as it was a Friday when this occurred.) The person I spoke with even insisted I call first thing Monday and not wait til the end of the day.

Well, I was a little embarrassed when I got off the phone and discovered my plants had actually arrived during that phone call. I guess the mail carrier marked them off as delivered just before bringing them to my door. I did not think I needed to call Bluestone and tell them, but maybe I should have, because on Monday afternoon I got a "Your package has shipped" email!

I thought it must be a mistake, and there was no functioning tracking link. But in fact another order of the same plants did arrive in two more days! The first shipment was in great shape, but this second shipment the plants looked even better. I'm like the cat that got into the goldfish bowl here. And all those plants are happily growing in my garden.

Not only that, one of the daylilies had a bloomscape when it arrived, and has since bloomed, which is pretty fast for a first year transplanted daylily:
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