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|On Sep 23, 2011, greenSinner Pittsburgh, PA wrote:
A most amazing selection of plants with a wealth of information about them. I ordered a collection and got a great selection that was carefully packed. I'm so happy with the plants!
|On Sep 23, 2011, stanqk Coraopolis, PA wrote:
I have ordered from this company several times. I got some rare house plants that i just love. They came in good condition and a good price. Also they included a free plant of like kind. It was a varigated phlo. They seem to be a good company to deal with.
|On Sep 8, 2011, Greenpeter6 Astoria, NY wrote:
The owners of Glasshouse Works, Tom and Ken, really know their plants. In many ways they are like the classic British plantsmen you read about in English gardening books. Glasshouse Works maintains an extensive list of plants rare, and not so rare. If I find a plant on the web or in a book or magazine that I would like to grow, I always check their site first. Most times they have it for sale. Glasshouse Works provides a valuable service for anyone interested in quality plants, especially interesting and uncommon ones. Their prices are very reasonable for the size and quality they ship. I met Ken and Tom on a visit once. Tom seems to be the more out-going team member, for he always answers my e-mails and phone calls. I suspect that Tom also writes the descriptions in the on-line catalog. Read them carefully, because he sometimes slips in a comment about a plant that probably shouldn't be ignored! I understand that Ken prefers to work with plants--and he seems to have hybridized a number of the begonias they sell.
|On Sep 2, 2011, wisevalentine Kapaa, HI wrote:
we've ordered plants from glasshouse works on three different occasions. all plants have arrived sound and healthy. quite a feat considering that ahonui botanical gardens are on the island of kauaii,(in the state of hawaii). glasshouse works is our favorite mail order company.
|On Jul 11, 2011, Pinguicula Yelm, WA (Zone 7a) wrote:
I placed my order March 7th and was told the plants would ship in April when the weather was warmer. I anxiously waited all of April and never relieved notice of shipping. In May I moved and sent several messages asking that they change my shipping address before anyone replied to confirm the change. I was told at that time the plants would ship in June. Now it's July and work has me moving yet again. This time I am canceling my order rather than updating the address. I just can't wait any longer.
|On Jun 24, 2011, FlaFlower Titusville, FL (Zone 9b) wrote:
Posted on June 7, 2011, updated June 24, 2011
On June 7th, 2011, floridaheat added the following:
Yes, I see the reviews...Tom I sent you 1 of the dead plants back , I wasn't going to spend more money than that out of the 3 at my expense, explaining I would try to save the other 2 crispy ones, they in fact did not survive as well.
I expected to at least have a replacement for the one, that didn't happen either. You had a basket full of excuses, the one you mentioned is a new one...I have all the e-mails.
On June 24th, 2011, floridaheat changed the rating from negative to neutral and added the following:
Tom finally made good on the order, I DID in fact get new plants, they look good and are thriving they came fine. He made more than good on the order. I am not happy about how much time all of this took but none the less I changed my rating from a negative to a neutral. They look good Tom thanks :-)
On Jun 24, 2011, Glasshouse Works responded with:
"On Apr 17, 2011 8:34 PM, Glasshouse Works responded with:
I have already emailed this customer using her Dave's Garden address.. We are very sorry the shipment did not arrive well. I told her at this time that we would replace the plants in the shipment and monitor the shipping so that she would know when the plants would arrive and not sit in the sun in Florida. We worked very hard to get these rare plants ready for her after a crop failure last year. I also told her here in my email to her that if she wanted to use the money for other easier plants to grow, I would reship her order with other plants. We want our customers to be pleased with our plants and our service. I had told her of our problems with this difficult plant. We work hard to grow plants that other places do not. I hope to hear from this customer to talk over a reshipment. .I do wish at times when there is a problem with a shipment that the customer would email us first. Things like this can be easily taken care of. You can see from our other reviews that we do take care of problems. Tom Winn "
|On May 20, 2011, planthugger Rogersville, MO wrote:
I have ordered plants from Glasshouse Works for the past three years, probably five or six orders in total. They have never failed to send healthy plants. I just received my most recent order of 49 plants (!), and was quite pleased with the healthy specimens. The plants they send are often small, but when you see the bargain prices for them, that's quite understandable. Some of the tropical plants I ordered the first time I did business with them, that were perhaps 4 inches tall when shipped, are now enormous! An example is a Philodendron that is probably 3 feet tall and 4 or 5 feet wide. I've always been impressed at their careful packing of plants for shipping. I'm surprised someone has reported a negative experience about Glasshouse Works, because I am living proof, and my many plants are living proof, that they send high-quality plants. (And I've unfortunately dealt with some very shady companies such as Burgess and House of Wesley, so I know the difference between good companies and bad ones.) Thanks. Planthugger
|On Jan 12, 2011, skaggs88 Spicewood, TX wrote:
First sent an email with a question about shipping, and was promptly answered. I followed up with an order for two crinums that were on sale. Company was very good with communication regarding the order. Received an email when mailed, along with a tracking number. Plants arrived quickly, were well packaged with a small heat pack. I followed directions and waited a few days before repotting- very happy to see such healthy roots! I was treated graciously even though order was less than $50.00.
|On Nov 25, 2010, artflorissant Washington, DC wrote:
Across nearly six years, Glasshouse Works has been my main source for hard-to-find plants of every kind. The collections are endlessly astonishing in depth and variety: there are few houseplant genera for which you won't find some (often-unusual) example, and the range regularly expands. (GW also has larger outdoor plants, but I've never ordered any.)
|On Nov 15, 2010, Beesee Green Valley, AZ wrote:
My first order from this company was received far beyond my expectation for plants' condition, packaging, and size of each plant as well as a surprise bonus plant.
|On Sep 28, 2010, wheerin Seattle, WA wrote:
I was extremely pleased with my order from Glasshouse Works. They have an extensive selection and I really like the grab-bag collections they offer. Prices are reasonable. I'm no expert, so I was happy to see the order confirmation included thorough instructions for unwrapping and acclimating new arrivals. It took about two weeks longer for my order to ship than they had estimated when confirming my order, no big deal. I think I waited about a month total to receive the order- they waited to ship until the weather cooled down. I received nine plants, all more generous in size than I expected, and all perfectly packaged. A couple of the plants dropped a bunch of leaves after arriving, but a week later they had new leaves sprouting out. The plants are doing really well and I'll be ordering from them again soon.
|On Sep 12, 2010, purldiver Portland, ME wrote:
Glasshouse Works is VERY GOOD. But they are not great at marketing what they are really doing for us. These guys are doing something for us that no-one else in the business does, and you can't expect a cookie cutter experience. Let me explain: As a former commercial greenhouse grower and landscaper I have some insight. Glasshouse works under propagates their stock and grows the rest of their plants to order. Plants being grown to order is very common in the plant business when ordering unussual plants, and even sometimes for common plants.
|On Sep 10, 2010, dsa2591 Gainesville, FL (Zone 9a) wrote:
Posted on September 10, 2010, updated September 10, 2010
On September 10th, 2010, dsa2591 added the following:
Update: Phoned the company, and the man who answered the phone was borderline rude to me. He kept overtalking me, not letting me say what I was trying to say, and swore that this plant was not root rotted when it left their place. I tried to tell him that I am a horticulturist and I know that root rot takes more than a few days to set in this badly, and he just kept talking, saying they would give me a credit for my next purchase, and that 99% of their customers were thrilled with their purchases, etc. I tried to explain to him that I was not those 99%, I was me, and my plant was not satisfactory. He just didn't want to hear it. I told him that I have cleaned all the rot off the plant and am trying to save it, but I don't expect it to live, and he wanted to even argue with me on that. I will never order from this company again, even if they give me a full refund. I have never had someone be so condescending and uninterested in what I was complaining about.
On September 10th, 2010, dsa2591 added the following:
I meant to add that when I further inspected the plant, every single root on it was completely rotted.
On September 10th, 2010, dsa2591 changed the rating from negative to neutral and added the following:
Changed my rating from Negative to Neutral, because I just came in to find a message from Tom saying he was sorry if he sounded rude on the phone, and that his partner said that he had rooted that plant just for me, and it looked good when it left the greenhouse. He reiterated that if it did not live, they would make it right.
While that is all very nice, and I'm impressed with the customer service, I'm still unhappy with the plant being root rotted when I got it. I feel they should have checked the roots before they shipped it.
On Sep 10, 2010, Glasshouse Works responded with:
"On Sep 10, 2010 2:40 PM, Glasshouse Works responded with:
I was surprised to hear that this plant did not arrive well. I tried to say that we stood behind our plants and that we would make this good if it did not put out new roots. I guess we kept interrupting each other, because I was trying to explain that she did not need to worry. I said that the plant was specifically rooted for her order. I kept trying to say that if it did not root up again, we would take care of this. I also said that even if the plant did start growing again, we would give her a bonus or a credit on her next order anyway. I could barely get a word in because of her being so upset. I was trying to tell her not to worry. That is why I am writing this now because I want her to know that we appreciate her business. She is obviously a real plant lover!!!. She ordered a very uncommon plant. And I want to know that it does start growing for her. It has been a difficult summer to ship plants. And we have gotten very little feedback about problems. But once and a while, something bad does happen. That is why I told her not to worry. We appreciate our customers. I do wish we could have talked more calmly on the phone. Perhaps I was a bit brusque myself. If so, I apologize for this. I will try to call her again. Tom
|On Sep 1, 2010, alhexehla Yellow Springs, OH (Zone 5b) wrote:
I own and operate a small, enthusiast plant shop in Yellow Springs, Ohio and when my staff and I travel to the little town of Stewart, Ohio we consider it a pilgrimage. Every time we go to see the folks of Glasshouse Works we feel like (and we actually use this term) we are going to visit with the 'Jedi Masters'. So while we don't have much experience with their mail order side, I can just say for the record that the plant industry needs to have people like these sitting on top of the rat-race with all the wisdom in the world. So order from them and don't worry about if your stuff comes in 2 days or 2 weeks. It’ll be great quality stock, and from one of the few places you can actually find depth in what you’re looking for. And by all means, go visit them (if you're REALLY into plants). You won't be disappointed. I believe they're open to the public, at the very least, Saturdays between May and September. Their place is a wonderland for rare foliage enthusiasts!
|On Jul 16, 2010, tobee43 groveland, FL (Zone 9b) wrote:
Posted on May 23, 2006, updated July 16, 2010
On July 16th, 2010, tobee43 added the following:
i just rec'd my order and it's just lovely!! thank you so much for picking my such large and beautiful plants!!
i have been dealing with glasshouseworks for years and find every year they are just getting better and better! it's always like xmas when i rec my order!
i would highly recommend glasshouseworks to everyone without hesitation!
|On Jul 15, 2010, plantmepleazek San Bruno, CA wrote:
This is my 5th order with this wonderful nursery. I am so impressed with the customer service and prompt shipping....And they managed to do it AGAIN. ABSOLUTELY PERFECT!!!
|On Jul 15, 2010, donnanewjersey Bound Brook, NJ wrote:
I really wanted to express my completely and overwhelmingly positive experiences with Glasshouse Works. I was totally shocked to hear of any negatives and want to let all know that the extremely rare selection is amazing and the follow up for my orders has been excellent. I have ordered rare plants from GHW for 15+ years and have acquired everything from unusual begonias to cycads to epimediums to odd sanseverias and much more.
|On Jul 15, 2010, dante99 Bronx, NY wrote:
Be aware of this online store! Orders take at least 2 months to fulfill and they ship whatever they have on hand! They don't ask the customer if they want to substitute a plant, they just take hold of your money and send you whatever half-dead plant they have. I WILL NEVER SHOP AT THIS STORE AGAIN! They are a ripoff!
On Jul 15, 2010, Glasshouse Works responded with:
"On Jul 15, 2010 12:56 PM, Glasshouse Works responded with:
As you can see below, our feedback is almost always positive. This customer did not contact us. We will try to figure out who they are and get things straightened out. We will reship is we need to. We will suggest that they give us some possible substitutes so we can get some items to them the work for their situation. I will report here later when we get more information. Tom
|On Jun 21, 2010, MSplantman Mississippi State, MS wrote:
Posted on June 17, 2010, updated June 21, 2010
On June 21st, 2010, MSplantman changed the rating from negative to positive and added the following:
I recently posted a negative rating, but Tom has tried so hard to make it right that I am compelled to give Glasshouse a positive rating. I do seek the unusual, hard-to-find plants. And I should add, they have many (another positive). The order was shipped to today and should arrive this week, with bonus plants to make up for the lost time. Hats off to Glasshouse Works (Tom) for such an effort to make things right. Thanks. Much appreciated.
On Jun 21, 2010, Glasshouse Works responded with:
"On Jun 17, 2010 5:13 PM, Glasshouse Works responded with:
This is most likely a misunderstanding. This order had a lot of our rarer items on it. We were preparing some of the items specifically for this order . We have been in contact just now to assure this customer that we will ship very soon. I had emailed of the delay, but my email must have been filtered as spam. As usual we try to keep our customer service good. And we have renewed our efforts today! This will be resolved soon! Tom Winn, Glasshouse Works "
|On Jan 20, 2010, msteeleart Columbus, OH wrote:
Posted on January 17, 2010, updated January 19, 2010
On January 20th, 2010, msteeleart changed the rating from negative to positive and added the following:
The same night I wrote this feedback I got a couple of emails from Tom of Glasshouse Works. He informed me that I he thought my order went out already but it must have been a mistake because I never received any plants. I think my order ended up getting lost and was overlooked somehow. He refunded my entire order amount and he sent me 7 very healthy plants the very next day. I am very happy with the plants he sent. He went above and beyond what he needed to do to make an unhappy customer happy. I appreciate that he was nice and didn't make me feel like I was the problem like many companies do now. :) I will shop here again.
|On Dec 1, 2009, joan16chickens Raleigh, NC wrote:
Excellent communications. Healthy, vigorous plants arrived very quickly. Very satisfied. Have shopped here several times prior.
|On Nov 14, 2009, RachelLF wrote:
I am very pleased with the plant's I purchased from Glasshouse work's. The plant's are extremely healthy and were mailed very promptly and packed extremely well.
|On Sep 18, 2009, aridgardenr Chicago, IL wrote:
I always had good expierences with Glasshouseworks. The plants are grown well. I have had to learn to be a little more patient, but good things come to those who wait a bit longer. They have the best website and are my favorite online nursery.
|On Jun 2, 2009, cthamil Arlington, TX wrote:
I received my order today approximately 5 weeks from order date, was told it could take up to 8 weeks so this was a nice surprise. Out of 7 plants ordered one was substituted. All of the plants but one showed No signs of stress and were gorges plants. One little begonia lost all of its leaves and looks dead but I will give it a couple of days before I call T.O.D. If I do have to call them about it I will let you know how things go, but for now A+ very pleased.
|On May 6, 2009, sue8 Winder, GA wrote:
i just recieved my order today everything looks great and the plants are larger than i expected. i talked with tom when i placed my order by phone he was so nice and very helpful, i can't believe they have ever gotten a negative rating ,this company is great don't worry about any negative comments and place your order with them you will be glad you did.
|On May 6, 2009, stonsrul Marietta, OH wrote:
Having received plants from Glasshouse Works in the last few days, I'd like to take this opportunity to write that, as always, merchandise is top notch first quality, shipping very prompt, and packing excellent. Although very rare, when I have had a problem with a plant received everyone is more than helpful to resolve the issue to my complete satisfaction.
|On May 3, 2009, balberth (Zone 9a) wrote:
I've been ordering from Glasshouse Works since the time many years ago when a newsprint booklet filled with basically just scientific names and prices would arrive occasionally from them in the mail. Their website has been up for a long time, and the ability to provide pictures, availability information and longer descriptions gives them a little different feeling than that old newsprint list - but I still think of them as the company from the old days, and that's probably the only reason my review is positive.
|On May 1, 2009, BWEllis Chestertown, MD wrote:
I just filled a shady bed with amazing coleus cultivars from Glasshouse works. I can't wait to see it filled in in a few weeks! I have been pleased with the way my orders to them have been handled. Even better, though, have been the times I stopped by on my way through Ohio (I think they're open Fridays and Saturdays) and wandered around picking up interesting plants. The selection is amazing!
|On Apr 16, 2009, Tutters Raleigh, NC wrote:
I was so very pleased with the variety and health of my three collections of plants! Their plants and prices are wonderful! I recommend then highly!
|On Dec 9, 2008, scorpion1960 Saint Louis, MO wrote:
i have order several plants through the mail but i have never purchased dead or plants in poor condition. on the 29oct08 i order 4 begonia from glasshouse work, on the 11nov08 i email the company to see if payment had been received they replied and inform me by order was being processed and will be shipped out. the 2dec08 i emailed the company again to see why my order had not been shipped since by check had been processed and paid, i was promised the order would be sent. on the 06dec08 the order came, there were no indication on the box that this was live plants . i was shocked once i started unwrapping the plants. all the begonias that i order were in such poor condition with in 2 days they were dead except for my bonus plant that had 2 leaves on a twig that is also in poor condition but it is still alive. i have email the company twice to try to resolve this issue, but no answer.
On December 9th, 2008, scorpion1960 changed the rating from negative to neutral and added the following:
on 09dec08 i received a phone call and email from tom assuring me that this matter will be resolve and they will ship me replacement begonias as soon as weather permitted.
On February 20th, 2009, scorpion1960 changed the rating from neutral to positive and added the following:
on the 15 feb 09 i received a call from tom stating i would get the replacements plus and extra one in 4 days. well on 19 feb 09 just as he said i received those 5 begonia in excellent condition. i want to change my rating to positive.
On Dec 9, 2008, Glasshouse Works responded with:
On Dec 9, 2008 1:09 PM, Glasshouse Works added:
We are reshipping this order of 4 begonias as soon as the temps get a bit better. I told this lady that we always take care of our valued customers. Tom "
|On Dec 2, 2008, bkelvington Minneapolis, MN wrote:
Like so many people before me, I was intrigued by this company's unusual offering. Unfortunately, my experience is much like the other negative reviewers here...
On December 3rd, 2008, bkelvington changed the rating from negative to positive and added the following:
I was hasty and unjust in my negative comments here - I did not give them a chance to respond...
Within a few minutes, Tom emailed AND called me to apologize - come to find out, there was a mix-up on my order. They pulled the order to check on one of the items that they didn't think was ready to ship, and it got lost from there...
Bottom line is they were trying to do MORE than I would have expected, but it just wound up getting off-track...No they do not have a huge stock and a lot of office help and e-commerce technology - they are a small and diligent group of plant enthusiasts who sell what they love.
So, Tom couldn't raise me on the phone right away, so he put a refund thru IMMEDIATELY, AND emailed and voicemailed me immediately, offering to ship my order anyway, AND offered me a credit...which is far above and beyond normal customer service and anything I would expect. I am ashamed to have blasted them in my moments of frustration here...
So, we are working out when and what I will actually get in a new order. But I MUST STRESS how promptly and professionally this company handled my complaint - which was hastily penned in anger, and I wish I could erase !!!
I truly do NOT think they should have a negative rating here. It is unfortunate that the ONLY people posting here about them recently are upset - it's not really a true picture...
PLEASE post if you have had a GOOD experience with Glasshouse Works Nurseries or their other businesses online...they deserve better!
I remain, A happy Plant collector in the Great White North.
On Dec 2, 2008, Glasshouse Works responded with:
On Dec 2, 2008 1:06 PM, Glasshouse Works added:
This customer emailed us about this order. He requested a refund which we gave him immediately. He ordered items that we have had to get ready for him. We had corresponded. I called him today and askedhim to call me back right away. Instead he put this review on Garden Watchdog. We do our best to deal with many customers ordering very rare plants. I have called him again and hope to talk with him about his order. I will update this as soon as I talk with him. He received a total refund when we realized that he had not gotten updates from us. He ordered some very unusual items. We are sorry he decided to cancel his order. As you can see, we always deal with the customer.
On Dec 2, 2008 1:27 PM, Glasshouse Works added:
This customer emailed us about this order. He requested a refund which we gave him immediately. He ordered items that we have had to get ready for him. We had corresponded. I called him today and got his answering machine and asked him to call me back right away. Instead he put this review on Garden Watchdog. We do our best to deal with many customers ordering very rare plants. Resultantly,I have called him again and hope to talk with him about his order. I will update this as soon as I talk with him. He received a total refund when we realized that he had not gotten updates from us. He ordered some very unusual items. We are sorry he decided to cancel his order. As you can see, we always deal with the customer. I may update these comments as soon as I hear back from this customer."
|On Nov 8, 2008, camillefun Magnolia, TX wrote:
Possibly I misunderstood what Seedlings meant however some of the plants I ordered Didn't Say Seedlings and I did Expect to have Leaves on the twigs. The Twigs were the thickness of a coat-hanger or less and approx 3"-5" tall . Very disapointing. It will obviously Be a long time before I know if they will make it, or what they are. (Yes they were marked) Packing was Great - true. But I hope they describe a better picture of what you are to receive.
On Nov 8, 2008, Glasshouse Works responded with:
On Dec 3, 2008 2:44 PM, Glasshouse Works added:
As usual, we want to offer any help to this customer. Sometimes peoplle order items that have dormant cycles. I am nort sure who this customer is; so I cannot look up the order specifically. But I would imagine that the plant/plants should come out of dormancy in early spring. We just want this customer to know that we can be emailed or called with any questions. Tom"
|On Oct 31, 2008, bubbad Houston, TX wrote:
My first order with Glasshouse Works was a disaster. It took 5 months and when the order finally arrived 2 of the plants arrived dead.
On November 17th, 2008, bubbad changed the rating from negative to positive and added the following:
Tom at Glasshouse works bent over backwards to fix these problems PLUS sent me a couple of very nice bonus plants.
Apparently there was a mix up with the original emails and now this is fixed as well.
Good job making this un-satisfied customer satisfied.
On Oct 31, 2008, Glasshouse Works responded with:
On Oct 31, 2008 11:35 AM, Glasshouse Works added:
As usual, we emailed this customer to rectify the situation. As you can see from our other reviews, if we find that a problem exists, we take care of it. Most customers email us directly. Most of them compliment us on having such an usual offering of plants they cannot find elsewhere. I have asked this customer to email me directly so we can take care of a credit or replacement or refund. I will update soon what arrangements are made. Tom "
|On Oct 30, 2008, Thescann Eastlake, OH wrote:
After my fourth order from this company, I am pretty fed up with their poor business practices. If you are not familiar with this company you need to know what you are getting into. They always charge you immediately even though I've never gotten plants with a month (or the receipt I require). Most recently I placed an order sometime in early July/late june and didn't get any plants until late August and not even all them. They cited that they were making an exception shipping them early because the heat which is crazy, especially cause I was simply calling them every couple of weeks to inquire about the order. The plants were fairly puny which I expected from them but one plant in particular, an aroid, was just ridiculously tiny with just one leaf the size of a fingernail. Of course I didn't get the whole order. I called a 2 to 3 weeks ago to inquire about the rest of the plants and was told it was going out very shortly. I could have propagated a hundred of these plants by this time in multiple generations! It's been 4 months!!!
On January 10th, 2009, Thescann added the following:
I did respond to this companys email through Dave's Garden so that is a lie. They wanted to offer me free stuff to change my rating. I said I still would like the plants I ordered last summer. I have called them a couple times about getting my plants but it's pretty much useless until the weather improves anyway. They need to make customers satisfied the first time. Not after they have to call and complain several times and then post a negative review (always seems to get instant response for everyone so I would recommend everyone keep it up).
On Oct 30, 2008, Glasshouse Works responded with:
On Oct 31, 2008 12:07 PM, Glasshouse Works added:
I have emailed this customer using D-Mail on this site. I have offered help and and offer a reshipment of any plants that did not make the trip. I told this customer that all the plants listed on our Website are here in our stock greenhouses. We primarily are a mail order nursery, so not everything is in our small sales area for viewing when people visit. But everything is in our stock greenhouses ready to be propagated!
On Dec 3, 2008 2:49 PM, Glasshouse Works added:
We have tried to email this customer and have received no response. As usual, we wanted to replace any substandard plants or give a credit on a future order. I have been unable to find out who this customer is because we have no customer with an Eastlake address. And we received no orders from Ohio during the period they say the order was placed. We cannot help if we do not know who the customer is. As you can see from other reviews, we always take care of our customers if we know who they are! Thank goodness most of our reviews both here at Garden Watchdog and in our business emails have been great! So many of our customers are pleased with their plants from us. Tom "
|On Oct 14, 2008, goldenafrochild Ithaca, NY wrote:
I got my order over the weekend and I was so very happy with it. All the plants were a very nice size and I was particular impressed with the P.saundersii. The Pachypodium baronii var. baronii and var. windsorii were wonderful and the bispinosum was a great surprise! I hadn't ordered it but it was included as an extra. The order was also completed very quickly... within one week look forward to ordering some more of Tom's lovely plants.
|On Oct 11, 2008, GardenSue777 Moyie Springs, ID wrote:
Regarding my recent order from Glasshouse Works....the plants arrived in great condition. I was very satisfied with the price. Glasshouse Works is THE NURSERY for the plant collector! A+++++++++
|On Oct 4, 2008, JNally Albany, NY wrote:
I received my order today and I am very happy to see the quality of the trees, the promptness of the delivery and the promptness of their response to my inquiry. The Japanese red maple was a nice surprise also. That was a very
|On Sep 28, 2008, Clif_z6 Athens, OH wrote:
In late spring, I contacted the fine staff at Glasshouse Works searching for a Brugmansia that would give me near instant gratification. I have grown Brugmansia in the past but it took two years to see a single bloom, I wanted to see blooms this garden season. I told the growers at Glasshouse Works my desires and they selected a Brugmansia that would fill my order. I received a small plant in a 4-inch pot, which they instructed me to pot up into a tub giving it plenty of food and sunshine. Voila, this fall I have a beautiful large shrub hung with several absolutely fabulous trumpets that is the showpiece of my garden patio. Thanks a million Glasshouse Works!
|On Sep 17, 2008, drruth Waban, MA wrote:
I am a botanical artist that needed specific begonias to paint. I ordered the four plants and today they arrived. The packing was so extraordinary that not one leaf on any plant was broken or damaged in any way. Quite a feat for the fragile stems and leaves that traveled half way across the country to reach me. At the bottom of the box was a fifth plant and I called the company to question this arrival and was told it was a bonus to the order. I am delighted with every aspect of service rendered and cannot say enough words of praise. Thank you for letting me start to paint today with these fine specimens in front of me.