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|On Jan 27, 2014, jf82 Boise, ID wrote:
The persimmon trees I ordered from this nursery were a huge disappointment! The height of the trees that I ordered was achieved by the rootstock instead of the graft. The grafted part was 8Ē long one year growth! It will take a long time before I see any fruit on these trees! In addition to that, half of the trees did not break dormancy. I chose not to contact the nursery about replacing the trees simply because I was so disappointed in them. I have since replaced all the dead trees with a lot larger trees from other reputable nurseries that did not cost me nearly as much. I have to admit that Englandís Nursery offers a good variety of trees but the quality is simply not there.
|On Oct 8, 2012, TreeLover12 Mendon, UT wrote:
Posted on August 28, 2012, updated October 8, 2012
On October 8th, 2012, TreeLover12 added the following:
Well, i am VERY disappointed with the company's response. THESE WAS NO EMAIL to let me know they were going to ship or that they shipped the trees!!! Whey never denied it when i contacted them. Second, we did mulch the trees when they were planted in the fall, in addition to mulch we covered them with newspaper they were packaged in and threw some leaves on top. The pictures were taken in August. I removed all the newspaper/leaves/mulch during the summer when it was clear that the trees were dead. There were absolutely no roots sticking out. The trees were planted at the same depth as they were in the nursery. If it was possible to post a picture here i would have. The roots were at least 4 inches below the ground. I could measure it because i had the trees. They made their estimates based on the pictures! I am sorry but that is simply impossible to do! It seems that the company's slogan is: BLAME THE CUSTOMER no matter what. The absolutely worst experience buying trees online for me. Nothing comes even close.
On Oct 8, 2012, England's Orchard & Nursery responded with:
"On Aug 28, 2012 6:55 PM, England's Orchard & Nursery responded with:
To : Ekaterina Saraeva