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|On Aug 1, 2011, NewMichele Lebanon, KS wrote:
Posted on July 26, 2011, updated August 1, 2011
On August 1st, 2011, NewMichele changed the rating from negative to neutral and added the following:
What a surprise! I went to our mailbox and saw that they had, without asking, refunded not only the mistake, but the entire order!
And I did follow the instructions on the bush cherries - to the letter. Soaked the seeds, refrigerated for four months and then planted.
On Aug 1, 2011, Bountiful Gardens responded with:
"On Jul 28, 2011 4:33 PM, Bountiful Gardens responded with:
Michelle, I am sorry the seeds didn't work out for you. When seedlings die after transplanting, or when a variety doesn't produce, it is usually due to the conditions in the garden...warmth, moisture, climate, and so on. So I can't explain what happened to your ground cherries or your garbanzos. Tree/shrub seeds like the bush cherries take some time to germinate, and since the cherries require 4 months of chilling before planting (as stated on the seed packet), and you got them in February, it hasn't really been long enough since you planted them to give up on them! I'd leave them outdoors in their pots/flats and keep them from drying out and they may yet pop up and surprise you. (Protect them from rodents, who will dig them up and eat them.)
|On Feb 20, 2004, becky3086 Thomson, GA wrote:
I am giving them a neutral at this time though this may change later on. I ordered twice this spring
|On Dec 30, 2001, gone2seed Milton, FL (Zone 8a) wrote:
I have ordered from this company several times.I am usually pleased with the service but give them only a neutral rating due to the tiny amount of seed in each packet.They do give seed amounts in the description though.