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Positive pixielove
(4 reviews)
On Mar 23, 2006, pixielove Pasadena, MD wrote:

The plants were all health upon arrival. A good soaking and they looked as good as anything I have bought from local nursuries. The costumer service people are eager to help with any requests or question I had. I would definetly order from them again.

Positive superk
(1 review)
On Mar 9, 2006, superk Portland, TX (Zone 9a) wrote:

I ordered the Inferno stip preplanned garden back in Jan. I recieved it right on schedule. (the third week of Feb) I planted the healthy plants about 5 days later (bad weather) and this morning before work, (march 9) I was shocked. Some of the plants are starting to bloom! They are all approx. twice their original size, and the dianthus is blooming.
Im planning my next project/order from you. What a great Co.
Thank you. SK

Positive thomaskrafft
(1 review)
On Mar 7, 2006, thomaskrafft Eaton, CO wrote:

HCG responded very fast to my inquiries and I look forward to ordering from them. I believe they demonstrate integrity and willingness to see gardeners succeed.

Positive dchris88
(1 review)
On Feb 16, 2006, dchris88 Ridgecrest, CA wrote:

Extremely good catalog and plant selection
Extremely good packaging and plant quality
Extremely good customer service

Negative lefsamamma
(3 reviews)
On Feb 8, 2006, lefsamamma Bellvue, CO wrote:

Simply the best. Hands down. I'd like to see more rock garden/bunnery plant offerings as well as rose bush (shrub) offerings. I ordered online a couple of weeks ago and somehow the single $50 gift certificate I ordered showed up as two $50 in the checkout. As this was to be a gift for a friend, I didn't want it to be that generous. I emailed them and received a call back over the weekend and during off season no less! They advised me to call first thing Monday morning and that there should be no problem in canceling the extra gift certificate. Monday morning at no later than 8:15 a HCG supervisor, Kurt, called me before I had a chance to call them to help fix the order. I do want to add that one of the negative comments from a person who thought his plants had a virus makes me wonder if somehow a chemical injury was involved. Many years ago when I was working at a retail nursery a favorite customer came in incensed that all his new plants were dying, drooping, yellowing and the leaves were shriveling/curling up. It was a very large planting job. One of the owners went out and checked out the yard, and indeed it was as the customer had said. About a week later the customer came back into the nursery and was very apologetic. It seems he had discovered that while he thought he'd been spraying his new landscape job with hose-end ready to use fertilizer, it was 2-4-D instead! I've also remember customers spraying their plants with OFF and the like as "it was to kill bugs wasn't it??" It happens: we all mess up now and then be it the supplier, the homeowner or the delivery company making deliveries in non-air-conditioned trucks along with the boxed plants in a 90-100 degree weather. But isn't the glory of gardening worth it all!?

On December 15th, 2006, lefsamamma changed the rating from positive to negative and added the following:

I've been thinking long and hard about changing my view of HCG. Where would gardening be without the incredible offerings they have? However, my sense is that they've gotten too big/busy given how many weak and or dead plants I've received. I'm suprized they even send some of the plants out at all. When I've talked to customer service the one person is happy to send you a replacement plant,but doesn't seem to really hear you regarding the pattern of poor plants being sent out.I'm a skilled gardener.My husband is a horticulture nursery manager.We're both saddened by the plants we've received in the past year.For nearly every 6-8 plants we've received, more often that not, two are either very wilted or almost dead when they arrive. For the plants that do go in the ground they require way too much babying to keep going, especially for plants that are a perfect fit for our soil and zone. I'm such a HCG addict that I am at the curb as the UPS guys pull up with my order.I'm guessing HCG wants to get their plants to you,but again, the plants all too often lack vigor no matter what you do. I've started buying my plants from Timberline Gardens out of Arvada, CO.Between what they grow and the Plants and Things out of Pueblo, CO plants (Timberline Gardens carries their plants) are incredibly vigorous and grow easily.I've put in close to 500 plants in the last two years on our large yard.Sure want to order again from HCG but I'm hoping they'll get more quality control going again.
Positive DanaDW
(7 reviews)
On Jan 26, 2006, DanaDW Pahrump, NV (Zone 8b) wrote:

I have ordered from them every year for the past 8 or 10 years and never had a single problem. Living in the high desert they are a #1 resource for me.

Positive snyderlm
(3 reviews)
On Jan 19, 2006, snyderlm Paoli, IN wrote:

I am a returning customer, and that is largely because of the wealth of information the catalog provides, and the fact that every plant I ordered before has survived and flourished in my garden. While some of the plants were small, that is usually the case with mail order nurseries, and I have never found a source that provided plants with such a high survival rate.

Positive cmsobx
(3 reviews)
On Jan 19, 2006, cmsobx Kill Devil Hills, NC wrote:

I have been ordering from High Country Gardens for the past 5 years and will continue to do so. I live and garden on the east coast, so the plants have to travel a long way to get to me and they are always very well packaged and in excellect shape. The catalog gives enough information so that I can decide if the conditions along the east coast (heat and humidity) warrant me trying the plant.

Positive smfpphd
(1 review)
On Jan 16, 2006, smfpphd Crestwood, KY wrote:

Excellent plants, ship as promised. Love them! :-)

Positive aliceherbert
(2 reviews)
On Jan 12, 2006, aliceherbert Gilroy, CA wrote:

I have many plants from HCG and they are doing extreemly well,even in our hot summers. They were wellrooted and transplanted well and thrived.

Positive Indigoez
(7 reviews)
On Dec 17, 2005, Indigoez Floresville, TX (Zone 9a) wrote:

I've ordered many times from HCG, and I've always been pleased with the plants and customer service. They (plants) are well packed, and have never arrived late or early, unlike other places I've done business with. A+ overall.

Positive estiva
(6 reviews)
On Dec 7, 2005, estiva Grafton, WI wrote:

These plants weren't cheap--but a great value, considering the quality and size. I was especially impressed with the packaging--very well done. The bulbs I ordered with the original group came later, but the company communicated well, and they arrived later when they said they would. I will definitely consider ordering from them again.

Positive havenheart
(1 review)
On Nov 21, 2005, havenheart Falling Waters, WV wrote:

I am writing to say thank you for your fast service and incredible quality of plants.

I recently ordered two huge orders for two of my clients. It was end of the season rush, and you rose to the occasion. Your informative catalog allowed me to order zone appropriate xeriscape plants that will be different than the every day nursery perennials seen around here (eastern WV).

I received your boxes wondering how in the world you could have fit over $2000 of plants in 9 boxes. But you did it! The plants have the best developed root system I have ever seen in mail order plants, and many had large top plants for mailed plants, as well.

My workers and I appreciated your clear instructions on planting, and my clients are raving about the quality of plants I have provided at this time of season.

We will order from you again, for sure!

Positive CBernard
(4 reviews)
On Nov 11, 2005, CBernard Perris, CA (Zone 9a) wrote:

I have ordered three times from High Country Gardens. The first two have been very successful and the third one I am anticipating next week. High Country Gardens has not only fulfilled the two orders in thriving packaging but they have a Customer Service section that answers questions about the plants that you purchase. I am very happy with High Country Gardens.

Positive Florida9
(12 reviews)
On Oct 27, 2005, Florida9 Palm Harbor, FL (Zone 9b) wrote:

I have ordered from HCG three times, and have been very satisfied. All plants were well wrapped and shipped, the best of any of the 4 mail order nurseries I have tried. I find their website informative, and appreciate a recent upgrade to search by geographic region as well as zone. Plants rated for Zone 9 don't necessarily do well here in Florida Zone 9, and this search aid helps. Agastache 'Ava' and 'Pink Cloud' grasses ordered in June have grown 4 times in size, bloomed almost immediately, and are still flowering well in late October. I realize they specialize in zeric western plants, and I am just happy they do also have some that do well in my region. I will definitely be reordering from them this spring, as I continue searching for unusual items that will grow here. (This is only my second year in this wet, warm area.) And I don't find them expensive considering the quality of the plants, the high survival rate, and rapid shipping.

Positive planning101
(1 review)
On Oct 26, 2005, planning101 Florissant, CO wrote:

Matt Swart has been very helpful with making sure that my bulbs will arrive at my home. He is very courteous and timely with the emails going back and forth. Please give him a raise!

Joyce Shinault

Positive kiwi2
(1 review)
On Oct 26, 2005, kiwi2 San Diego, CA wrote:

I give High Country Gardens a thumbs-up.
Plants weren't exactly on the large size, but were comparable to those from other mail-order companies that I've ordered from.
Plants were well-rooted and are doing fine in my garden.
Shipping costs are low at HCG compared to other places - makes a nice change!
Just placed my second order (above rating based on order from 1-2 months ago), hopefully I'll be just as satisfied.

(4 reviews)
On Oct 19, 2005, SNAKEBARK San Francisco, CA wrote:

I have ordered from HCG for several years. Great plants, great service.

Positive trrh
(2 reviews)
On Oct 17, 2005, trrh Rio Rancho, NM wrote:

I get there magazine and it's a good company for flowers.

Positive ikare4u11
(1 review)
On Oct 12, 2005, ikare4u11 Monument, CO wrote:

I've ordered plants and bulbs from several companies all over the US. I was indeed impressed with the quality of the plants that I received from High Country Gardens. Also, I requested my order at a certain time, and received it precisely on time. I also received instructions on how to plant my plants and preparation for the different seasons.

I had to contact the company regarding my order I received. I contacted the company by email. I received a prompt response and was very satisfied with my answer.

I plan on doing a lot of business with this company in the future. The fact that I live in Monument, CO where it's high and dry country. This is the perfect company for me!

Positive nelledoor
(1 review)
On Sep 27, 2005, nelledoor Lavina, MT (Zone 4a) wrote:

Happy customer here - I've ordered from HCG for 2 or 3 years and am absolutely amazed at the strength of their plants. They have a great development program. I'm impressed with the packaging and I don't believe I've ever lost a plant (I've spent $100.00+ each year). Love their catalog and the information. My plants have actually gotten bigger the first season than HCG said they would, so I appreciate their modesty. I work in a retail nursery in Montana and tend to order things we don't have available - and I do understand what a tough business retail sales can be - sometimes things do go wrong, - but you can TRY for a high standard, and I feel HCG does make the attempt on a consistent level.

Positive ladyisle
(34 reviews)
On Jul 20, 2005, ladyisle Bohemia, NY (Zone 7a) wrote:

I discovered this nursery perhaps a year ago and placed an order for about 20 hardy Plumbago from their beautiful and helpful catalog, (I dislike hype w/o substance). Not initially impressed with the size of the plants; I am quite amazed at how lush and full they look now, in one season. Every plant has thrived with no special care other than ensuring the soil stayed moist.
I placed another order this spring for Bush Sage, Flax, Giant Yellow Columbine, and another plant that I can't remember the name of. They were small also, but well packed as before, and have already grown considerably, and flowered as well.
My personal experience has been that smaller plants (with healthy root systems) establish themselves much better when transplanted than larger plants. Less work too.
Great selection, quality and service-can't ask for more.

On June 3rd, 2006, ladyisle added the following:

I just want to say that all the plants listed above have almost TRIPLED in size, and are blooming profusely-(the ones that are supposed to bloom now,that is). I placed and received another order this year, and everything arrived healthy, as always. I love their packing because it is so efficient, and relatively mess and waste free. HCG has a very satisfied, repeat customer-as long as I have room for new plants;which will be a long time.

On June 3rd, 2006, ladyisle added the following:

Positive htebazile
(1 review)
On Jul 5, 2005, htebazile Saint Paul, MN wrote:

I have ordered from HCG on and off for several years. The catalog is lovely and they have a good selection of native plants. Plant size is as described in catalog, (quite small). The plants that I have ordered have all been well packed for shipment and had good to very good root systems. When planted in the proper location in my northern heavy clay soil, the original small plants have established themselves well by the following year. I have recommended and continue to recommend HCG to others, and expect to order from them again.

Neutral bugster51
(3 reviews)
On Jun 27, 2005, bugster51 Edinboro, PA wrote:

We ordered from this catalog for the first time this year. The catalog is beautiful and they have an awesome selection. However, we also felt that our plants were small and not well-rooted and I think this is the reason that a couple did not survive and the others are slow to become established.

Neutral littlekitty
(3 reviews)
On May 26, 2005, littlekitty Farmington, AR wrote:

I recently ordered some agastache, artemisia and prairie dropseed from HCG excited that I could not find the exact plants I was looking for from any other source. I loved the idea that their catalog descriptions were very informative and the plants were ideal for xeriscaping and deer and critter resistant. The plants arrived quickly, well packed and I was informed the day they were shipped.

But I cannot say I would order from this company again. The plants were not only small but very very tiny. I have heard others remark that the plants were small but had well developed root systems. This was not true in the plants I received. Also, one of the artemisia was brown and crunchy, but it did have a little green showing, so I planted it anyway. Time will tell if it survives.

I have given HCG a neutral rating for the tiny plants, undeveloped root systems, and the HIGH prices in comparison to other companies that I have ordered from.

On August 12th, 2005, littlekitty added the following:

The artemisia I ordered in May is still alive but is all of one inch tall and not growing at all. The other 2 artemisia I ordered at the same time are thriving as well as the agastache and prairie dropseed.My rating remains the same although I do find myself drawn to their website and waterwise plants.
Positive norska
(12 reviews)
On May 24, 2005, norska Ellicott City, MD (Zone 7a) wrote:

I ordered three agave and a yucca from HCG. The plants arrived very quickly, in less than 10 days, and were very well packaged. But I was concerned about their size, as another reviewer said previously.

I just repotted one agave last night, and the root system on it is fantastic! I was wondering why the plastic pot seemed like it was bulging - I think the Queen Victoria was getting ready to break out and search for a larger pot by itself! I was VERY impressed, considering what you normally get with cacti and succulents (like at big box stores, where it looks like someone did a cutting and plopped it in a pot just before putting it on the shelf - what roots??) Then I read the reviews on GW and see a company rep explaining their agave plants. I can't wait to get the other three planted in my garden!

Positive hollypi
(2 reviews)
On May 15, 2005, hollypi Littleton, CO wrote:

My experience with HCG spans 7 years, and many orders later, my garden is absolutely beautiful. I have never lost a single plant, and each shipment arrives in good condition. The rubber bands are easy to cut off (why would anyone wrestle off a rubber band instead of just cutting it off?) and the bags help the soil to stay where it belongs during shipping.

Even if the tops look a little travel weary, the roots are strong, and they are usually full-size by the beginning of the second season in my heavy clay infested yard. I imagine some folks kill theirs with kindness, assuming by their initial impression that the plant is suffering. Put 'em in the ground, water them in, and leave them alone! You can't believe the conditions they can endure. A little ride on a UPS truck is nothing!

I have friends in Albuquerque and travel down from Denver several times per year. At least once every summer I stop in Santa Fe to see the HCG display gardens and check out the green houses. What a beautiful place! Everyone is so friendly.

During the past 40 years of gardening, I have always enjoyed mail ordering my hard-to-find selections. I was very pleased to discover HCG, because they have been the best by far for quality and cost. This company does it right!

Positive Northeastern
(5 reviews)
On May 3, 2005, Northeastern Weymouth, MA wrote:

This is the first time I have ordered from this company. I received a very healthy looking shipment of plants

Negative lego_brickster
(14 reviews)
On May 2, 2005, lego_brickster Lawrenceville, PA (Zone 5b) wrote:

This is the first time I have used HCG, and I just received my order. Overall a positive experience, however I will point out these issues:

The plants are tiny. Granted they all arrived in good health and were as described in their catalog. However I was shocked to have paid $6 for an agave measuring no more than one inch tall, and having only four leaves. The other plants I ordered were all equally small.

I am not fond of their practice of rubber-banding the plastic bag around the stem of the plants for shipping. Agreed that the plants did arrive intact, but it made unpacking very difficult and hard to wrestle the rubberband back off without hurting the plant.

To end on a positive note, there was ample notice via email when the order was going to arrive. I like that they sent the tracking number to me so I could know which day to be home to get the package.

On August 11th, 2005, lego_brickster changed the rating from positive to negative and added the following:

A 90 day replacement period is far too short. My own fault I suppose, for not calling in for replacements sooner, but life sometimes gets busy.
Every plant from my order this year (with exception of that one tiny but very well rooted agave) has died.
We had to keep them indoors longer than we thought - we had some late freezes this year - and one by one they just shriveled up without ever putting out a single new leaf.

I want to give High Country the benefit of the doubt, but with a near 100% mortality and no more than 90 days to report it, it's hard to see them positively.
On May 2, 2005, High Country Gardens responded with:


On May 4, 2005 12:49 PM, High Country Gardens added:

Thank you for the positive rating. All of us at High Country Gardens pride ourselves in providing the best plants, shipping and customer service.

Agave's are slow growing native plants that are often not as impressive in pots as other more vigorous non-native plants like Shasta daisies. After reading the comment about our Agave, Inge, our senior cacti grower, wanted to communicate that our crop of Agave parryi have taken 24 months of careful care to get from seed to shipping size. She added, "look at the root system."

For many native plants and large tap rooted perennials, the quality of the plants are in the well developed root system not the top growth. Strong healthy roots are the key for a plant to successfully transplant and thrive in the garden.

Positive sanitycheck
(2 reviews)
On Apr 29, 2005, sanitycheck wrote:

I have ordered from this company on several occasions. I ordered a columbine early this spring which was delivered in great shape. About the same time i emailed HCG to tell them a columbine i ordered last year had not survived and i was disssapointed. Somehow in the the translation i confused them, so they replaced the columbine from last year and also sent a second columbine that i ordered this year. I felt bad so i called and told them i would gladly pay for the columbine, they said to keep it, not a problem. I have found many companys that wont even answer an email let alone replace a year old plan. HCG was more than willing to replace it even when i felt i had caused the confussion. They will continue to get my buisness.

Positive cchiovitti
(10 reviews)
On Apr 24, 2005, cchiovitti Lochbuie, CO (Zone 5b) wrote:

Small plants but with very well developed, healthy root systems. Shipped on time (when promised) and packed very well. Will definately order again!

Positive dave12122
(71 reviews)
On Apr 21, 2005, dave12122 East Haddam, CT wrote:

I have ordered from High Country Gardens a few years now, and am happy to report they are getting better and better! Plants are larger and establish faster, and the overall catalog is astonishing in its variety! The only unfortunate thing is that the zone ratings are often not accurate for cold slushy wet Eastern winters. (I'm in Connecticut!) For example, the plants below have never survived in my Zone 6b climate, even though some are rated hardy to zone 5 by HCG:

Aloinopsis spathulata
Titanopsis calcarea
Rabia difformis
Ruschia pulvinaris
Stachys coccinea "Hot Spot Coral"
Dasylirion wheeleri
Zinna acerosa
Zinnia grandiflora

and many other plants that are truly xeric simply can't handle 40 inches or more of rain per year. So, read the catalog carefully if you live in the eastern states. The following plants have been excellent performers in my zone 6 garden:

Aquilegia "Swallowtail"
Agastache rugosum
Agastache "Blue Fortune"
Cytisus purgans
Genista lydia
Echinocereus triglochidiatus
Echinocereus baileyi
Escobaria sneedii
Escobaria orcuttii v. koeningi
Agave parryi

So, strongly recommended, even if you live in the eastern states. Just don't take the zone information too seriously.

Positive lupinelady
(7 reviews)
On Apr 19, 2005, lupinelady Placentia, CA wrote:

Great company, great plants. I love their "Swallowtail" Columbine! Unfortunately, it is gracefully growing in the yard of the house I recently sold. However, I have been busy planting and preparing the garden beds of my new house, and I have found the perfect spot for some more "Swallowtail" Columbine plants.

Positive NellieLemon
(5 reviews)
On Apr 14, 2005, NellieLemon Kirksville, MO (Zone 5a) wrote:

I placed a large order and received them on time. The plants were quite small but grew quickly and by the second year they were very large and healthy (except the broom which is still small). Overall I was pleased with the quality of the plants.

Positive 8ftbed
(9 reviews)
On Mar 18, 2005, 8ftbed Zion, IL (Zone 5a) wrote:

I just ran across an article about HCG in the Chicago Sun Times and visited their site shortly thereafter.
I ordered prior to reading the GWD reviews which is just as well.
I found their site to be relatively painless to navigate and order from. What hooked me for an - immediate order - was the availability of Agave and cactus that would be hardy to my zone5.
I will update the comment and rating upon receipt of my agaves and cactus sched.

On May 13th, 2005, 8ftbed changed the rating from neutral to positive and added the following:

Plants shipped and arrived as requested.
Yes they are quite small but were in great shape.
Only the cactus had all of the medium knocked out of the tiny pot and it was basically bareroot.
Positive nrynes
(1 review)
On Mar 15, 2005, nrynes Colorado Springs, CO wrote:

Yes, these guys are a little more expensive than some of the cheapo mail order places, but the quality of their plants, selection, and customer service have been outstanding. Plus they offer plants geared toward growing in the Rocky Mountain West...not too many mail-order nurseries anything even remotely drought tolerant out here!!

I've ordered from them several times and have been very pleased. Plants are usually on the small side in the spring, but grow very quickly once their roots are established. Even plants they warn you are slow-growers tend to grow quickly (Like Fallugia paradoxa). If ordering their drought-tolerant plants, it's helpful to have a smattering of experience with native plants so you understand how to care for them. Don't overwater the first year, and don't under-water!! Also, order plants appropriate to your climate and much as I drool over them, some of the very xeric penstemons just don't do well in my clay soil. Order with intelligence and put the plants in appropriate places in your garden.

I have enough experience with gardening to know that not 100% of everything I buy will survive (and definitely not 100% of what I grow from seed survives!!). But I've only lost one plant from HCG out of the couple hundred that I've ordered...and that one was a penstemon that I knew would be marginal to my climate and soil. Plants from other nurseries don't fare quite as well (although there is one nursery in north Denver that rivals HCG for the quality of their Xeric plants).

My only "complaint" :) with them is that they don't offer enough hardy or old garden roses...but then again, there are already a bunch of places out there that offer those. I'd like to see them offer Harison's Yellow or Austrian Copper at the very least.

I like being able to reserve what plants I want ahead of time, instead of sifting through whatever local nurseries have decided they want to order. HCG does not ship their plants in little plastic baggies with rubber bands - they are wrapped in paper and packed well for the trip. Mine have always arrived on Thurs or Friday, in time for weekend planting. No breakage and no soil spillage. Oh, and as others have said, they have an excellent catalog and website that make great reference material.

So far I've been very happy with HCG...I'll update this post again after I receive this spring's order...

Positive barefootgardens
(1 review)
On Mar 2, 2005, barefootgardens Salt Lake City, UT (Zone 5a) wrote:

I've ordered well over $800.00 in plants form this company, landscaping my own yard as well as a friends, and I have been extremely pleased with the company. In fact, even though I get tons of gardening catalogs in the mail, this is the only mail order plant company I will buy from.

it's true the plants are small, but they all have been strong, and the columbines (my favorites) are 4 - 5 times the shipping size by the end of the growing season.

I think their plant selection is incredible, and I'm always impressed at their continual improvements of old favorites.

Shipping has always bene reliable. I needed to contact Customer Service once and had an awesome experience. No troubles, ever with anything.

I have in fact a combination of plants that draws comments from walker-bys constantly! Margerita-bop penstemons next to Shades of Mango Agastache and wow, the colors are so intense they glow in the twilght. BTW I live in Utah so xeriscape is a must.

I'm completely excited for spring & am gearing up for this season's spring planting. Everything I put in my yard will be 98% High Country Gardens! =)

Positive Escarpment
(6 reviews)
On Feb 10, 2005, Escarpment Sheridan, WY wrote:

I have ordered plants from High Country Gardens for the last seven years spending close to $100 each year. They have an incredible selection. Although the plants are quite small when the arrive, and don't do much the first year, by year two they are great. Since many of the plants have special requirements I have had trouble growing some of the them. I many times try the difficult to grow ones a second and even third time, before I will give up. Many have been worth the trouble. It is hard to find interesting and unusual plants that will grow in the Rocky Mountain west, and High Country gardens is one of the few places where you can find these types of plants.

Positive wulfadams
(1 review)
On Feb 3, 2005, wulfadams Hawthorne, NY wrote:

I've ordered from HCG twice and have been quite happy with all the live plants. They are generally larger and shipped in a secure carton that minimizes damage. It is true that many of the selections are suited best for the more arid western states, but these are clearly noted in the catalogue as are best types of soil.

One of the delights of HCG are rare and unusual varieties that are especially uncommon here in NY. I had an eight foot sunflower (Maximillian's?) that was a real showstopper in late fall.

The Spring catalogue is already marked in anticipation.

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