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Negative thespiangarden
(1 review)
On Mar 21, 2011, thespiangarden Paris, KY (Zone 6b) wrote:

I am really disappointed that Walmart does not sell mushroom compost. When I called they said they didn't even know what I was talking about! Bunch of idiots-

Negative Lucille44
(6 reviews)
On Mar 20, 2011, Lucille44 Alvin, TX wrote:

Went to my local Walmart store where I have purchased tons of mulch in the past, and asked them for some cardboard boxes to use as mulch since I can't buy bagged mulch this year. I was told no, can't have boxes, can't get a bale of their baled cardboard boxes. It would have cost them nothing to help me out, instead all I heard was 'no'.
No friendly customer service here.

Negative pitkincottage
(4 reviews)
On May 11, 2008, pitkincottage (Zone 4b) wrote:

Be VERY CAREFUL about purchasing their hostas! Before I became aware of the contagious & fatal HVX (Hosta Virus X) virus, I purchased hostas which turned out to be infected. Now, for several years to come, I have no way of knowing if I've contaminated other hostas in my garden - a possibly very expensive result of trying to save a few bucks. All hosta purchases from "big box" stores are potentially dangerous, as the supply chain has inadequate safeguards against contamination.

Negative midwestgardener
(1 review)
On Jul 24, 2006, midwestgardener Lebanon, MO wrote:

I have had some problems with the plants I have gotten from Walmart. Things like tulip bulbs that were the wrong color, clematis, again wrong color, its frustrating to wait the better part of a year to get something to grow and bloom and it to be not as advertised. Some bareroot plants just didnt grow at all. I would say about 50% of them didnt grow. I am not impressed by anything I have gotten from them.

The worst is the horrible bagged roses. Most of which, were diseased, and will probably die this winter. I wont buy anything bareroot from Walmart again. Maybe if it is a potted plant, even then, I would be leary. I recently looked at the garden center of a local Walmart and it looked like blackspot/fungus central. The carnage of those poor roses, I wouldnt want one of them in my garden.

I also got two dead apple trees from Walmart which I am returning. They never made a single leaf on either of them so they can have them back.


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