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|On Feb 4, 2015, momsgarden96 Kalamazoo, MI wrote:
I ordered ever-bearing strawberries and blueberries from Daisy Farms last year. They were very prompt in the delivery. My plants grew very well. We actually had so many strawberries through out the summer, my family couldn't keep up with eating them all. I'm sure this year will be the same. I better make room in my freezer.
|On Aug 4, 2013, cucurbit Cincinnati, OH wrote:
In late January 2013, I placed an order with Daisy Farms for a bundle of fifty Jersey Supreme Asparagus crowns for a school garden that I manage. I received the crowns in mid-April 2013 and got exactly what I expected - excellent quality crowns at a reasonable price. The plants shot right up and are doing well. Email communications from this nursery were courteous and to the point - just the way I prefer it.
|On Apr 8, 2011, Agrinerd Franklin, NC (Zone 6b) wrote:
I ordered 25 roots of horseradish, "Czechoslovakian", using their online order form. The order process was a bit primitive in that I didn't receive a confirmation number or email, so I gave a call a week later to confirm. A week or so after speaking to a pleasant lady who was working on the orders, I received a neatly trimmed and packaged bundle of clean, healthy, uniform roots. I recommend this company for price and quality over speed and technology. I can wait for value.
|On Apr 1, 2009, 1SickPuppy Waukesha, WI wrote:
I have just received my order of Asparagus Crowns and I am extremely pleased with the size and condition.
|On May 28, 2007, glendalekid Tuscaloosa, AL (Zone 7b) wrote:
I ordered 25 two-year Jersey Knight asparagus crowns.
|On Dec 27, 2006, rockyridgefarm5 Sarona, WI wrote:
I ordered 1000 Strawberry plants from this company for the spring of 2006. As with most strawberries, the plants look dead at first so you never are sure what you have. I put them all in water for 2 days before planting and all came to life besides 2. They also could possibly have been alive, but I wasn't going to waste my time to see. I must say they have the cheapest plants, and all are doing exceptionally well ( save the 2). I have ordered from other companies over the years and there is no comparison in my eyes. Daisy will get my strawberry plant business!
|On Apr 28, 2006, beetgreens Kirksville, MO wrote:
Small family-owned company specializing in strawberries, bush berries, asparagus, horseradish and rhubarb. I've dealt with them several times over the last 4 or 5 years. Selection is limited but quality of plants is good and prices excellent--lowest I've found on certain varieties of berry, asparagus and rhubarb plants. Service is a bit slow but I've received everything I've ordered in good condition. Survival of plants has been very good.