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|On May 5, 2017, kaldakur Rudyard, MI wrote:
I ordered a Carmine Jewel dwarf cherry as well as a Romeo dwarf cherry in January of this year. My plants were shipped to me in early May (I'm in a Northern zone 4b location). The bushes were huge and well branched, between two and three feet tall with excellent root systems. They were shipped bare root in an extremely sturdy box with shredded paper to keep them moist in transit. I'd order these bushes again, and recommend them to anyone.
|On May 3, 2017, mal28 Chagrin Falls, OH wrote:
Posted on May 5, 2015, updated May 3, 2017
On May 3rd, 2017, mal28 added the following:
Because my favorite Hosta store (made in the shade) was sold out of a Hosta I wanted, I ordered them from Spring Hill, they arrived on time but the transport material was dried out
I soaked them in water and planted them and they have done great, leafed out quickly and are doing very well
|On Mar 3, 2017, zoernerl Nampa, ID wrote:
Received my first plant order in a few years today, dazzler candy lilies (iris family) and 3 bare root daylilies. Am totally delighted with my order. The daylilies are much bigger root divisions than I expected. They do not appear to have any rot. I will soak them in water tonight then heel them into a garden container. The candy lilies are green plants. they were well packed in plastic with a long cardboard tube protecting both the root and the green stems. I will be planting them also tonight in a container. I'll plan to bring the planter for them in at night, as our evenings right now are in the 30s (F), and daytime upper 40s and 50s. ....I had ordered years ago from Spring Hill and had positive experiences. But it looks to me like they have improved from what I remember.
|On May 10, 2016, skinney Augusta, GA (Zone 7a) wrote:
In early March, I ordered succulents and four Marley's Pink Japanese Snowbells (hard to get trees at 25% of what my local nursery wanted for them). I read the company reviews after the fact and was sure that I would have problems.
|On Apr 10, 2016, Invidosa Ypsilanti, MI (Zone 6a) wrote:
After much consideration I've decided that my review must be positive, even though It's on the neutral edge. I ordered several plants this year, and I was pleased that they look to be in fine condition. Especially my two Fragrant Cloud Honeysuckle vines, hence the positive review.
|On May 7, 2015, flowermaiden2 Saint Maries, ID wrote:
Posted on May 2, 2015, updated May 7, 2015
On May 15th, 2010, flowermaiden2 added the following:
My confidence in Springhill Nurseries continues to be well-founded. I was actually pleasantly surprised to find that they have delivered my order much sooner than they had originally told me, and they did e-mail me to let me know when it was shipped. I got part of my order via UPS, and part of it via USPS. The plants are all in very good condition, and the order is complete. Only the Mediterranean Pinks which they shipped earlier were bare root. The rest of my order was in pots, which I like best, because well-started potted plants usually do best for me.
I am impressed with the care that was taken in packing my plants. They arrived in stiff cardboard containers with break-away flaps that made opening easy. Because they fit the size of the plants, there was almost no breakage of leaves, and no broken stems at all. Furthermore, they wrapped the pots and the base of the plants in plastic to hold in moisture.. The plants stayed nice and green and upright.
My trailing bellflowers have buds on them, already, as do my red corys. The free Japanese Maple is fairly large, and the carpet phlox looks great.
I shall continue to order from Springhill. This is very good service.
On May 2nd, 2015, flowermaiden2 added the following:
I am giving them a cautious positive this time around.
The listing in their catalog for the four perennial hollyhocks I ordered clearly said they would be sent in 3\" pots. When they arrived, they weren\'t in pots, at all. They arrived as starts in soil plugs wrapped in a fine mesh inside of clear plastic -- NOT pots!
I don\'t like it when companies misrepresent things. When they say 3\" pots, I expect real pots. If they intended to send soil plugs wrapped in fine mesh, they should say so in their catalog. Truth in advertising, please!
Apparently, once the clear plastic is removed, one is supposed to be able to set the entire soil plug with the fine mesh directly into the plant hole. The mesh is supposed to be biodegradable. Fearing my new plants might end up rootbound that way, I removed the fine mesh and spread out their roots when I planted them. I don\'t trust those so-called \"biodegradable\" containers to actually break down so the roots can spread out on their own.
Aside from this, the plants appeared healthy and the labels with them indicated the correct colors I ordered. I shall see if they actually bloom those colors. These are supposed to be perennial hollyhocks as opposed to biennials, and the catalog listing claims they bloom the first year. I realize this will take time, so I shall be patient and see what happens.
Springhill Nurseries has been very good about keeping me updated on the status of my order, via e-mails.
By the way, folks, beware -- there is another company in this watchdog section going by the name of Springhill. I posted with them by mistake. Their listing under the first letter \"S\" is simply \"Springhill\". \"Springhill Nurseries\" is separate.
Overall, my latest experience with Springhill Nurseries has been positive. They did deliver what I ordered, and while small, the plants were still nice and green and should do well.
I am awaiting another order I placed with them, which should be arriving any day. I shall post an update when I receive it.
On May 7th, 2015, flowermaiden2 added the following:
My rating remains positive.
My second order, for two stand-alone floating solar fountains, has arrived, and both work.
These are really cool, folks. All one needs to do is place them in a pool, pond or birdbath in direct sunlight, and they spout water in various patterns, depending on which attachments one uses. The height of the waterspout can be manually adjusted, and the sun's positioning also governs it. If one just wants a slight dribble to keep water agitated, don't add any of the attachments and let it spew directly from the built-in opening in the center of the disc.
The grid underneath does occasionally need to be cleaned out when debris build up and clog the water's access to the pump. This grid can be easily removed, rinsed off and reattached. Maintenance is as simple as that.
I think they're a little expensive, but worth it. It's always nice to have moving water for birds and to prevent mosquitoes from breeding.
It's nice that they're completely self-contained and one doesn't need a separate solar panel to stake into the ground.
Spring Hill has delivered, again. Good company.
On May 7, 2015, Spring Hill Nursery (aka SpringHillNursery.com) responded with:
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We appreciate you taking the time to post this.Thank you for your feedback and Happy Gardening!"
|On May 3, 2015, lainy_gardens Mobile, AL (Zone 8b) wrote:
Family members ordered plants for me as a memorial for my daughter who died. The three hardy hibiscus are in the ground and all three are showing new growth. The Redbud tree is also planted, but it is too soon to tell if it will make it. The plants all arrived appropriately packaged, and in good condition. I would use this mail order nursery again.
|On Apr 26, 2015, pastapicker Columbus, OH wrote:
Posted on January 13, 2008, updated April 26, 2015
On February 1st, 2008, pastapicker changed the rating from negative to neutral and added the following:
I have been contacted by Donna in Spring Hill customer service. After I supplied all the details (prices, items, and the total amount of the replacement certificates sent- which was also part of the problem: they did not give me credit for all of them) she says that she has located my original order & will send me the missing items, at the sale prices. However, she has not yet responded to my follow-up question about confirming the total of the certificates that I sent in.
I am changing the rating to neutral & will see if I am fully credited for my certificates & receive all the items in question at the appropriate planting time for this area.
On May 7th, 2008, pastapicker changed the rating from neutral to positive and added the following:
I have received all the plants now from my original order including the ones that were originally not going to be sent; they all looked healthy & of reasonable size for the price and being mailorder--a few were very pot-bound but they will be okay. I think that the packaging was adequate, I received them at an appropriate time for planting here, and I was fully credited for my replacement certificates (I had kept copies, so I could confirm what I was claiming).
I am pleased at the way Donna resolved this; the original customer service contacts were also positive & only wish that the people that I spoke with later, when there was a problem with the order fulfillment, had been of the same mind-set. Even though it took posting to this forum to resolve the issue, I will change the rating to positive, while wishing that there was an option like, \"positive with caution\".
On October 28th, 2008, pastapicker added the following:
All the plants that I received last May have survived except the verbascum (my 2nd failure with this even though it is a native for the area); however, the \"golden Marguerite\" were not golden, but white. I consider the loss of one plant an acceptable risk that might occur no matter where the plant is purchased, since it appeared healthy and well-rooted on arrival. (I have received plants from other nurseries clearly dead or rotten--that I would not accept)
On April 26th, 2015, pastapicker added the following:
I just want to add that I have notice that the Spring Hill affiliated companies have all changed their guarantee to only 30 days from your receipt of the shipment. Since they do tend to send things too early to plant (if you have ordered early in the season) I would be very aware of this when deciding to order, and if a plant looks to be struggling, ask for the replacement well before the 30 days are up.
My last order from two of their companies had very healthy looking plants but 2 have not survived due to the early shipment.
|On Apr 12, 2015, upstairsnun Otego, NY wrote:
Seeing some of the negative ratings, I was dubious about this company. However, their sale this spring was too good to overlook; even if half the plants were dead, it would be a bargain.
|On Apr 11, 2015, MaiaMaiden Westminster, MA wrote:
I have orders from this company for 2 years or more and have never had any shipping problems. Ever plant has survived and so far I have noticed some plants already growing this season even tho there is still snow on the ground & after having such a harsh winter. I placed my yearly order and have received every item already, a bit early but I was prepared w mini greenhouses set up in my dinning room, all the plants are thriving and I am looking forward to the ground thawing so I may finally plant them outside. I do the buy now with payment plan and have never had ANY issues with customer service, the woman was completely helpful and did not rush me and was full of extra information that helped me with my recent order. Will definitely order in the future, I actually have to control myself from ordering more because I have been enthusiastically and completely satisfied with this company.
|On Apr 5, 2015, HeatherCarter Miamisburg, OH wrote:
My mother has been ordering from SpringHill since I was a child and I'm in my mid-thirties now and I'm a customer, too. I got all my plants this spring, and just put them in the ground. Their customer service is wonderful and I really enjoy the coupon specials they send. Having a young family, I can't always afford all the things I'd like all at once, and their ongoing specials allow me to purchase plants off my wishlist as the season progresses. I had a lilac missing from my order and emailed them and they are sending it with another plant I ordered in the upcoming week or so. Friendly, nice company to work with. It's no wonder my mother ordered from them every year.
|On Sep 16, 2014, gardenergal17 Canton--Football HOF, OH (Zone 6a) wrote:
I buy from Spring HIll on a regular basis. Their plants are always healthy! Very friendly Customer Service too! Thanks.....
|On Sep 14, 2014, BJacobson Atlanta, GA (Zone 7b) wrote:
This spring I ordered several dozen different items and they were all very healthy on arrival. One small thing though, I wish I knew prior to purchase how long it would take to receive some of the items (can take several weeks even if you order it during the right season/time to ship to your zone).
|On Jun 7, 2014, CarolMcKenzie Irvine, KY wrote:
Spring Hill was my first experience ordering plants online and I was a little hesitant. But I'm on my fourth or fifth order with them now and most likely will continue ordering from them.
|On Apr 22, 2014, Juvilian POSEY, CA wrote:
I was really nervous about placing a order from this company after reading all the bad reviews. I decided to order six Old Fashion Bleedind Heart plants that were on sale for a great price..... No problems..... Order arrived fast, packed well, and all six plants are doing great. I will definitely order again...
|On Jan 2, 2014, CHLOE777 Greenville, SC wrote:
My experience with Spring Hill has always been positive but a year ago I ordered a special they offered online for 3 Cranberry Cotton Easter plants for the price of one.
|On Nov 21, 2013, lsm1 Williamstown, MA (Zone 5a) wrote:
I've been, for the most part, happy with this company. The plants have arrived in good shape and the ones that did not were promptly replaced. The only minuses were an order that was cancelled due to out of stock (and money returned) even though I ordered very early in the season. I typically don't like their junk mail, with very tempting pictures and the offer for credit "get flowers now but pay later", I never tried it, but it sounds like a trap. They used to have truly great prices, but recently (1 year?) their prices became more expensive (and I think they also have less variety, but this is not a scientific evaluation).
|On Jul 4, 2013, angelmei Columbus, OH wrote:
I have been buying from SpringHill Nurseries for a few years now, and am shocked to see so many poor reviews. I've bought perennials, annuals and bulbs from their online store yearly, and although their prices can be a little steep, they have selection that I cannot find at my local nurseries.
On Jul 4, 2013, Spring Hill Nursery (aka SpringHillNursery.com) responded with:
"On Jul 5, 2013 2:18 PM, Spring Hill Nursery (aka SpringHillNursery.com) responded with:
Thank you for you feedback concerning our plants. We appreciate you taking the time to let us know. If you ever have any problems at all just let us know and we will gladly take care of it."
|On Jun 27, 2013, kytti Liberty, NC wrote:
I placed an order with Spring Hill Nursery on 6-18. Later found this website with all the reviews and wondered if I was going to have a bad experience.
On Jun 27, 2013, Spring Hill Nursery (aka SpringHillNursery.com) responded with:
"On Jun 28, 2013 10:11 AM, Spring Hill Nursery (aka SpringHillNursery.com) responded with:
Thank you for sharing your experience with our company. If you ever have any problems with your order just let us know and we will make it right. Happy Gardening!"
|On May 31, 2013, debbie053 Beverly Hills, CA wrote:
To whom it may concern:
On May 31, 2013, Spring Hill Nursery (aka SpringHillNursery.com) responded with:
"On Jun 4, 2013 1:50 PM, Spring Hill Nursery (aka SpringHillNursery.com) responded with:
Thank you for sharing your experience you had with Andy and our company. Sending our most fervent wishes for your health and comfort."
|On May 29, 2013, Schwager Pueblo, CO wrote:
I was very hesitant to order from them based upon reviews, but was having trouble finding what I wanted elsewhere. I received me dutchman's Pipe without issue and it is doing well.
On May 29, 2013, Spring Hill Nursery (aka SpringHillNursery.com) responded with:
"On May 29, 2013 2:13 PM, Spring Hill Nursery (aka SpringHillNursery.com) responded with:
Thank you for sharing we appreciate your post. Happy Gardening!"
|On May 21, 2013, gandyman33 Saint Louis, MO wrote:
Posted on April 8, 2013, updated May 21, 2013
On April 8th, 2013, gandyman33 changed the rating from positive to negative and added the following:
Spring Hill does a massive advertising campaign in the spring (I receive an email special just about everyday!). The problem with this is that they are extremely overwhelmed and behind on filling orders. They are so short staffed that the customer service representative are not native English speakers subsequently customer service is less than ideal (a scripted conversation). I called to check on the status of my two orders (3/19 and 4/4) and was told that it would ship at the appropriate time for my zone, the end of April although my credit card was charged immediately after placing the order. I told him that this was unacceptable and that I wanted my plants shipped immediately and that now was the time to starting planting in my zone. He said he would put a rush on my delivery, which is what he probably tells everyone who calls. I am very frustrated and disappointed with Spring Hill's customer service and if you want you plants immediately be prepared to wait until "the proper planting time for your zone" or shop elsewhere.
On May 21st, 2013, gandyman33 changed the rating from negative to positive and added the following:
Earlier this Spring I was fustrated at the inability to get my items shipped promptly. SpringHill heard my complaint and took positive action to get my plants delivered. Plants arrived in good condition and a couple of the passion flower plants were a lot bigger than I expected. Of particular note is the outstanding level of customer service I received from Donna (many thanks!). I won't hesistate to order from SpringHill in the future although I have run out of space in my garden/jungle...
On May 21, 2013, Spring Hill Nursery (aka SpringHillNursery.com) responded with:
"On May 22, 2012 10:20 AM, Spring Hill Nursery (aka SpringHillNursery.com) responded with:
Thank you for sharing your experience with us. Enjoy your trees!
On Apr 10, 2013 9:11 AM, Spring Hill Nursery (aka SpringHillNursery.com) added:
Thank you for your posting. We are able to put orders on a rush for customers to help their order ship as soon as the items are available. We do ship our items according to the USDA zone openings. One of our customer service representatives will contact you for your account information and check on your order for you."
|On May 21, 2013, grammyjoan Berkeley Heights,
United States wrote:
What a great company to work with!!! I ordered 6 bearded iris last spring. They arrived in time for the proper fall planting time and were in excellent condition. Unfortunately a rough winter and only 3 survived. I called SpringHill this morning and within minutes a new order was submitted to replace the 3 lost iris. The representative was fantastic. I did not have my order number or the exact names of the iris, but this rep. found my order I was even offered a refund if I so desired. Needless to say this is my catalog of choice. Thank you Spring Hlll for great product and great customer service.
On May 21, 2013, Spring Hill Nursery (aka SpringHillNursery.com) responded with:
"On May 21, 2013 1:45 PM, Spring Hill Nursery (aka SpringHillNursery.com) responded with:
Thank you for sharing! I am happy we were able to take care of this for you and enjoy your Iris."
|On May 17, 2013, jstrutz Willmar, MN wrote:
I have been with Spring Hill for 2 years. This year i had 7 that didn't survive the winter. All were replaced plus i received a R O on some. All were in excellent condition when received.This year i ordered over $500.00 from Spring Hill. They all arrived in a timely manner and were in excellent condition. I am very pleased with Spring Hill. They are always very helpful when i call,and very friendly on the phone. i am so happy i chose Spring Hill to order shrubs and flowers from and i would highly recommend them and i do. Thank you so much Spring Hill and i will continue to order from you. Thank you, Jim Strutz , Willmar Mn.
On May 17, 2013, Spring Hill Nursery (aka SpringHillNursery.com) responded with:
"On May 18, 2013 10:17 AM, Spring Hill Nursery (aka SpringHillNursery.com) responded with:
Thank you so much for your wonderful review of our company. We truly appreciate you taking the time to post. Happy Gardening!"
|On May 11, 2013, RebeccaLynn Winston Salem, NC (Zone 7a) wrote:
Posted on March 26, 2013, updated May 11, 2013
On June 18th, 2011, RebeccaLynn added the following:
I feel that dealing with Spring Hill is like riding a roller coaster. I placed an order with Spring Hill on May 31, 2011 during their "Memorial Day Sale." The Non-Stop Begonias, Loyalist Hostas, and Border Dahlias were advertised for spring delivery. The order was confirmed and my credit card charged. I was excited about the prospect of seeing these beautiful plants in my summer garden. The dahlias arrived promptly. About two and a half weeks later I was notified that the begonias were out-of-stock and not available, and the hostas would be delivered in October 2011. If I had known this from the get-go, I would have bought my plants LOCALLY, and they would be in my garden NOW. I will get over my disappointment in time. Hope springs eternal, and I will probably order from Spring Hill again. I am an optimist at heart.
On September 27th, 2011, RebeccaLynn added the following:
The hostas arrived today. They are small dry root (dormant)plants. I will plant them tomorrow and hope for the best.
On March 3rd, 2012, RebeccaLynn changed the rating from neutral to positive and added the following:
I planted the hosta roots promptly, and three of them had tiny leaves poking up though the earth by early November. I'm hoping they will all show themselves and flourish this spring!
In January 2012 I ordered two Sorbet Peonies. The bareroots arrived on March 1st. They were already beginning to show signs of new growth, and I planted them today, March 3rd. I have high hopes for my most recent SpringHill purchases, so I'm changing my rating to positive.
On April 8th, 2012, RebeccaLynn changed the rating from positive to neutral and added the following:
The Loyalist Hostas (bare root) that I ordered in May 2011 which were delivered in September 2011 have emerged from the ground. While I am pleased that they are alive and are growing, I am disappointed that they are not actually Loyalty Hostas, but some other variety. Today I ordered Loyalty Hostas from hostasdirect.com. They are a top-rated davesgarden company. I am looking forward to seeing Loyalty Hostas in my woodland garden by summertime.
On April 11th, 2012, RebeccaLynn changed the rating from neutral to positive and added the following:
Donna, a customer service representative from Spring Hill, sent me a message offering to ship me real Loyalty Hostas because the six that were sent to me were not really Loyalty. She said that Loyalty Hostas would not be availabe for shipment until this fall. I said I would like that. I also sent her a photo of one my "pseudo Loyalty Hostas," which some of my davesgarden friends have tentatively identified as Lionheart Hosta. I have changed my rating to positive, as I anticipate receiving the Loyalty plants this coming fall.
On April 21st, 2012, RebeccaLynn added the following:
Today I received 6 bareroot Loyalty Hostas from Spring Hill. I am pleased that they are of a good size and appear healthy. Tomorrow they will go in the ground. I am very happy that Spring Hill sent them now. They had indicated at first they would ship in the fall. I am very pleased with Spring Hill's customer service.
On June 18th, 2012, RebeccaLynn changed the rating from positive to negative and added the following:
Today I called Spring Hill Nursery to order 3 "Red Freedom Hedge Rose" plants that were offered in a newspaper insert this spring - item # 83106, Key #0425969. I was told it wasn't available, although the website today has it listed to "order now," but at a price of $27.99 rather than the $9.99 price + $2.95 shipping at which it is offered in the newspaper insert. I am disappointed in Spring Hill Nursery.
On June 21st, 2012, RebeccaLynn changed the rating from negative to positive and added the following:
As promised, a Spring Hill customer service representive contacted me and worked out the issue with the Red Freedom Hedge Rose. Today I was successful in placing the order at the advertised price. My roses are scheduled for shipment in the fall. I am a satisfied customer.
On September 26th, 2012, RebeccaLynn added the following:
Yesterday I received the 3 Red Freedom Hedge Rose plants that I ordered in June. Although they appeared to be packed well in moist soil, one of the tiny stems on one of the tiny, tiny plants was broken off level with the soil. The other two tiny plants had tiny green leaves, so I followed the directions and planted them all according to the directions. I will tend them faithfully in hope that they will survive and thrive.
On March 26th, 2013, RebeccaLynn added the following:
The good news is that at least two of the Red Freedom Hedge Rose plants that I received last September have survived the winter in the planter that has been their temporary home. The jury is still out on the third plant that arrived looking more like the broken leg of a small bird than a rose plant. None of them would have survived if I had planted them in the ground last fall. Each of these plants would have fit into a shot glass with room to spare. I hope to plant them in their permanent places in my landscape in April, and given plenty of TLC in 2013, they may grow and thrive.
On May 11th, 2013, RebeccaLynn added the following:
What a difference a month makes! Those tiny little Red Freedom rose "bushes" are growing like weeds (which thankfully they are not) and I'm so pleased. They have more than quadrupled their size since they first arrived on my front porch, and they already have buds. I couldn't be happier.
On May 11, 2013, Spring Hill Nursery (aka SpringHillNursery.com) responded with:
"On Apr 10, 2012 9:58 AM, Spring Hill Nursery (aka SpringHillNursery.com) responded with:
We apologize you were shipped the wrong plant. A customer service representative will contact you for your account infomation and see what you would like to do. Thank you for letting us know and we will take care of this for you.
On Jun 18, 2012 3:26 PM, Spring Hill Nursery (aka SpringHillNursery.com) added:
Unfortunately the offer for the Freedom Hedge Rose was during our spring shipping season and we have concluded shipping for the spring. One of our customer service representatives will contact you for your account information and we can offer this same offer to you for the fall."
|On Apr 6, 2013, nclivin Salisbury, NC wrote:
Posted on October 27, 2012, updated April 6, 2013
On April 6th, 2013, nclivin added the following:
Review of my second time ordering from Spring Hill Nursery: Got two Sensation Lilacs for under $16 Nice healthy plants. Packaging was excellent. Every plant I have ordered from them is doing great!
On Apr 6, 2013, Spring Hill Nursery (aka SpringHillNursery.com) responded with:
"On Nov 2, 2012 10:05 AM, Spring Hill Nursery (aka SpringHillNursery.com) responded with:
Thank you very much for your feedback. Enjoy your plants!"
|On Feb 18, 2013, peries17 Cincinnati, OH (Zone 6a) wrote:
I swear by this company. When I decided several years ago to expand my gardens in my back yard, I was limited in funds, so I started searching online to buy plants. Starter plants so I could watch my garden grow. I ordered over 300.00 dollars worth of plants and to this day I have been happy with almost all of them. Needless to say there were some that did not survive but I called them and they replaced the plants that were available to in my zone at the time. I have never had a bad experience with them or their customer service reps. To those who did, you probably got a bad rep on the phone.
On Feb 18, 2013, Spring Hill Nursery (aka SpringHillNursery.com) responded with:
"On Feb 19, 2013 11:45 AM, Spring Hill Nursery (aka SpringHillNursery.com) responded with:
We appreciate your wonderful testimonial, thank you for sharing. We hope you will be a lifelong customer of ours and we look forward to serving you in the future."
|On Jan 24, 2013, WelcomeGnome Montgomery, AL (Zone 8a) wrote:
So far so good. As of now my experience with SHN is positive. I have received 8 kaleidoscope butterfly bushes (7 which are alive and I will be contacting them in regards to the one that I believe died).
On Jan 24, 2013, Spring Hill Nursery (aka SpringHillNursery.com) responded with:
"On Jan 24, 2013 3:28 PM, Spring Hill Nursery (aka SpringHillNursery.com) responded with:
Thank you for sharing. We will be happy to replace the plant that arrived dead. I will have one of our customer service representatives contact you for your account information and have the butterfly bush reshipped to you."
|On Oct 1, 2012, Laurie777 Renton, WA wrote:
I bought starlight carnations from Spring Hill Nursery and they are doing great! They have become one of my favorite flowers and they thrive in all kinds of weather. The frangrance of the white carnations fills up the whole yard :). I've boughten a few other plants from them, too, and they all do very well. They also stand by their guarantee! Thanks!
On Oct 1, 2012, Spring Hill Nursery (aka SpringHillNursery.com) responded with:
"On Oct 5, 2012 2:27 PM, Spring Hill Nursery (aka SpringHillNursery.com) responded with:
Thank you for your feedback and Happy Gardening!"
|On Jul 18, 2012, sevensef Yorktown, VA (Zone 7b) wrote:
I read the reviews and was concerned but I really wanted a dwarf lemon tree and had a great coupon code, so I figured, I'll take a shot on just one plant. I'm so glad I did! It arrived in about a week and a half (I ordered during spring shipping season). The tree was about 10 inches tall and had a few healthy leaves. It's only been a few months and it's about 18 inches tall with many branches and plenty of leaves. It's growing beautifully!
On Jul 18, 2012, Spring Hill Nursery (aka SpringHillNursery.com) responded with:
"On Jul 18, 2012 3:59 PM, Spring Hill Nursery (aka SpringHillNursery.com) responded with:
Thank you so much for your wonderful posting. Enjoy your tree!"
|On Jul 12, 2012, chadams Longmeadow, MA wrote:
During 2011, I purchased several plants from Springhill Nurseries by mailorder. The plants arrived on time and I was kept up to date regarding my orders. I recently contacted Springhill Nurseries for replacement plants in accordance with the guarantee listed on their website. Their response was immediate. As I requested, the plants to be replaced will be shipped to me at the time for planting and a replacement certificate was issued for the plants no longer in stock. My experience with this company has been very positive.
On Jul 12, 2012, Spring Hill Nursery (aka SpringHillNursery.com) responded with:
"On Jul 18, 2012 4:04 PM, Spring Hill Nursery (aka SpringHillNursery.com) responded with:
We appreciate you taking the time to post your experience with our company, thank you."
|On Jul 6, 2012, Treewin Grand Forks, ND wrote:
I am an incompetant when it comes to plants.....really, this is my first year planting anything of value. I was so interested in Springhill because it had some intriguing varieties and had the selection I was looking for. I ordered high and low bush blueberries, honeybush (two varieties), black beauty elderberry and some plant pills (I have 11 plants as of today). After I competed my order I started to hear about this page with so many negative comments and really started to panic before the plants even arrived. My mil in law passed away the week before most of the plants arrived and I held them off as long as I could, honestly thinking they would amount to nothing anyway so why put too much effort into them. Well, I planted them as soon as I could in anything but ideal weather (cold at night and sometimes below freezing), dry conditions etc. I have three kids and an 80 lbs dog that roam out in the yard and they aren't very careful. These plants have amazed me. They looked pathetic when they arrived and I doubted several of them even after they had been planted for many weeks. One cherry tree sprout looked dead for several weeks and I thought that would be the start of the die off I hear about on this page. But I kept watering it faithfully, even when my teenage daughter rolled her eyes at me. Lo and behold, the cherry tree has several new leaves on it this week and looks vigorious enough to survive. I am so pleasantly surprised. Now, to be critical, my elderberry looks unlike the black beauty that I know I ordered (the leaves look lighter in color) so that might still be a disapointment. I am still waiting on one variety of honeybush and I hope they make it here before it gets to late because I understand that I need two for cross pollination in the following years. But, overall I am very happy with my purchase and my fears were unfounded. I do not know how to garden but I do know that everything they sent me grew. Miraculous! Let's hope winter is kind around here. :-)
On Jul 6, 2012, Spring Hill Nursery (aka SpringHillNursery.com) responded with:
"On Jul 9, 2012 1:34 PM, Spring Hill Nursery (aka SpringHillNursery.com) responded with:
Thank you for sharing your experience with our company. If you have any problems with any plant just let us know and we will reship it to you, we have a lifetime guarantee."
|On Jun 14, 2012, lily_lady Durham, NC wrote:
This spring I placed a few separate orders with Spring Hill. The first was for 3 Maypops, one of which appeared to be nearly dead. I promptly took photos and emailed them to customer service. Within a week I received one more Maypop, which was in worse condition and appeared to have some kind of infestation. Again I emailed a photo and explanation and soon received a replacement plant. It didn't look great, either, and I sent a photo and told them not to send another, and I said I appreciated their good customer service. The next day I received a reply saying they would refund me for that plant (though I haven't seen that post to my credit card yet).
On Jun 14, 2012, Spring Hill Nursery (aka SpringHillNursery.com) responded with:
"On Jun 15, 2012 11:01 AM, Spring Hill Nursery (aka SpringHillNursery.com) responded with:
Thank you for your posting. We appreciate your feedback and if you have any problems at all just let us know and we will be happy to take care of it for you."
|On May 31, 2012, megbrinson Washington D.C.,
United States wrote:
A few of my plants arrived damaged. Most survived and are doing well--one died. I emailed customer service, and recieved a response within two hours that they would replace the plant. All the emails from this company were polite.
On May 31, 2012, Spring Hill Nursery (aka SpringHillNursery.com) responded with:
"On Jun 1, 2012 1:53 PM, Spring Hill Nursery (aka SpringHillNursery.com) responded with:
Thank you, we do our best to provide world class customer service. We are always here to help!"
|On May 28, 2012, Sherilou Panhandle Gulf Coast, FL (Zone 8b) wrote:
I purchased a rare Hot Papaya Coneflower from Spring Hill Nursery. It was during one of their spring sales and I got it for a great price. Their USPS Priority Mail shipping was very reasonable.
On May 28, 2012, Spring Hill Nursery (aka SpringHillNursery.com) responded with:
"On Jun 1, 2012 1:51 PM, Spring Hill Nursery (aka SpringHillNursery.com) responded with:
We appreciate you sharing your experience. Enjoy your coneflower."
|On May 12, 2012, aniabania Charlotte, NC wrote:
Posted on May 12, 2012, updated May 12, 2012
On May 12th, 2012, aniabania changed the rating from neutral to positive and added the following:
I am changing my feedback to positive. I was just informed my mums will be reshiped and I will get a different item instead of anemones. I am very pleased with the customer service. At the end of the day, it is not easy to ship live plants.
|On May 7, 2012, diPomi VALLEY VILLAGE, CA wrote:
Posted on May 3, 2012, updated May 7, 2012
On May 7th, 2012, diPomi changed the rating from negative to positive and added the following:
The customer rep that I spoke to on the phone erred - though not indicated because of a clerical error (the first I've had with this company in years of ordering from them and even more years ordering from Breck's) my bareroot rose is actually on the way. In retrospect I probably also should have mentioned that the rest of my order, which included potted roses, lilacs, columbines and coneflowers, all arrived in excellent condition as usual. Those have already recovered from the stress of being shipped to the west coast.
Paint me mollified.
On May 7, 2012, Spring Hill Nursery (aka SpringHillNursery.com) responded with:
"On May 4, 2012 9:43 AM, Spring Hill Nursery (aka SpringHillNursery.com) responded with:
We appreciate your post. One of our customer service representative will contact you for your account information and check on what happened with your rose.
|On May 4, 2012, Lemurific Cleveland Heights, OH wrote:
Posted on April 20, 2012, updated May 4, 2012
On May 4th, 2012, Lemurific added the following:
Less than a month later and my large weeping redbud has buds, my arctic fire dogwood has tons of growth and my lilacs are looking good. I am very pleased and will certainly buy plants that are difficult to find locally from them and their affiliates again.
I think that it helps to buy the plants during the right time (don't buy spring plants at the end of spring) and obviously for the right zone.
On May 4, 2012, Spring Hill Nursery (aka SpringHillNursery.com) responded with:
"On Apr 21, 2012 12:49 PM, Spring Hill Nursery (aka SpringHillNursery.com) responded with:
Wonderful to hear, thank you for sharing!"
|On May 4, 2012, ultradan Youngstown, OH wrote:
Admittedly, finding this web site AFTER I had just purchased from Spring Hill made me nervous, but in reality, there was not much to be nervous about since most businesses that we shop at, whether visible or not, have legitimate and exaggerated complaints about the service and product. With their written return policy which seems pretty lenient, I was comfortable with my purchases.
On May 4, 2012, Spring Hill Nursery (aka SpringHillNursery.com) responded with:
"On May 4, 2012 9:37 AM, Spring Hill Nursery (aka SpringHillNursery.com) responded with:
Thank you for sharing. We are always eager and ready to help with anything just let us know. Happy Gardening!"