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Ordered 14 OSO EASY roses on their 2 for 1 special. All looked healthy on arrival and were well-packed. However, although I usually have great success growing roses, these have become scrawny and are most unattractive. I planted some pavement roses in the same bed with these and the pavements are doing fine but the oso easy roses I got from Sooner are very disappointing. I will change my rating to either postive or negative depending on how the roses are doing in the future.
Hello, thank you for feedback regarding your OSO easy roses. Can you contact me at email@example.com so I can review your order and hopefully offer some assistance to make sure your roses flourish.
This is my first order with SoonerPlantFarm (SPF). Order was for 5 each of Sikes Dwarf and Lady in Red Hydrangeas. The order was delivered on time, with plants in relatively-good condition considering the 2-3 days' shipping. My only complaint was with the quality of the Sikes Dwarf plants, which were all leggy (about 2 foot tall with very few side shoots).
On May 22, 2009, StellysPapa Dothan, AL (Zone 8a) wrote:
I haven't purchased anything from this nursery, BUT, in my browsing and comparing prices and what not between nurseries, I have discovered that Sooner has wrong info on one of their plants. And I thought maybe I should warn anyone who may be buying something and not getting what the description says. Their Juniper Grey Owl, is described as growing 18 inches and spreading 3 to 6 feet. The spread is pretty accurate, but the height is way wrong. I have two Grey Owls in my yard, and they get up to 5 feet tall. 5 feet is a far cry from 18 inches.
I have discovered that when looking at different nurseries and comparing, that there are quite a few who will say one thing, and another say something else, especially growing zones......one may say a plant will not grow in your zone, whereas another one will say it will grow in your zone....so who do you believe?
On May 22, 2009, Sooner Plant Farm (Shop Smarter Shop Sooner) responded with:
"On May 23, 2009 5:05 PM, Sooner Plant Farm (home of Imagine Backyard Trees®) responded with:
Thank you so much for making me aware of our error regarding the plant height, I have corrected it on our site.