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We received really horrible small passiflora as well as some yucky yucky proteas which died almost immediately after arrival ... she charges a great deal for her plants and we were both terrible underwhelmed
On Apr 10, 2004, Tropicman Bushland, TX (Zone 6a) wrote:
I ordered some vines back in the first week of Feruary,paid in advance in order for them to hold my plants until it would be ready to ship when the weather would be warm enough.
I recieved an e-mail from Elizabeth Peters telling me,she was holding my plants and would ship them out the first week of April,and would e-mail the day there were to go out.
This has been over two months ago,never heard another word
until tonite,stating she has sold out of plants and had gotten behind and hoped to have them available by mid May.
If I had know earlier,I might have been able to order from another nursery,or at least had my money maybe to find some locally,at this point in time I have neither,and a short growing time.I would not order from them again,especially when they had over 2 months to notify me and didn't.
So here is my caution to the wind,for Grassy Knoll Exotic plants!