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I have used stark brother for years and have planted trees from them in texas New mexico and kansas and missouri
my family was from lousiana mo a long time ago and I can remember as a young boy going past the tree farms they have always been helpfull out of the 12 or so trees I have only lost one they replaced it with no problem . I am getting ready to put in about 12 pecan trees at my new place in Ks you can be they will come from stark
On March 15, 2007, lisaoliver from Foristell, MO wrote:
I have purchased fruit trees at Stark Bros. twice. The 4 apples are doing great, 1 out of 3 plums died right away and 1 of 2 pecans died. Their strawberries are great. I called them about the plum and pecan and they said I could get a replacement in spring, but that offer does not apply if the trees are on sale, which they were. I purchased the bare root trees from the basement. First visit there was a knowledgable salesperson to help me, second visit the kid knew nothing and disappeared ,making me wait to get my trees wrapped for transport home. for almost an hour. Over the phone they are not helpful, but they do answer e-mail questions promptly. I really like their new sister store in Troy, mo, but they are more expensive because they only carry the potted trees, not bare root. The Troy store has beauitiful perrenials. I will shop there again because no one can match their selection and bare root tree prices when they are on sale.