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|On Mar 4, 2015, Pattyw5 La Salle, IL wrote:
I hope this is not the end of an era for Edmunds. I have only ordered own root roses from them and these roses have been great.
|On May 30, 2014, KJWThack East Lansdowne, PA wrote:
I ordered seven roses from them last month and received them in a timely fashion. I am leaving my rating as neutral simply because of the 7 roses I ordered, only one has shoots - the rest haven't come out of dormancy and I am not sure that three of them are even alive. We will see, I guess. It is pretty warm here, I cut back the roses I already had in my garden at the beginning of May and they are already blooming like gang busters. I do know that I can't expect them to rev up that quickly a few weeks after they have been planted since they are bareroot - however, I expected some growth by now, some sign that they are alive. I will be back to update, but as of yet I am not impressed.
|On May 10, 2012, clpgirl Chippewa Lake, OH (Zone 5b) wrote:
Posted on May 1, 2012, updated May 10, 2012
On May 10th, 2012, clpgirl changed the rating from positive to neutral and added the following:
Although I received the replacement rose in a timely manner, it was definitely NOT up to standard. Small, with only one leaf!
Don't know what the problem is-the cultivar or their packing and quality control
I don't change to neutral lightly, and can't remember the last time I have done so, but I was quite disappointed that the replacement looked worse than the original. The first rose had black spot, this one, one leaf on a four inch plant with five branches. (No leaves were in the packing material so this obviously occured prior to shipping).Though I'm pretty sure I can resuscitate it, I'm quite disappointed with the quality control at Edmunds......and won't try them again.
|On Jan 1, 1998, Tracy278 wrote:
Roses - Edmunds is excellent, but you pay for it.