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|On Aug 17, 2008, wisegye Redwood City, CA wrote:
I purchased a number of their "Androscoggin" poplar trees 2 years ago. As other posters mention, they deliver to uninspiring locations throughout the west (I picked mine up in Weed, CA). I didn't have the site prepared in time, so my trees were all transplanted into larger pots. I planted 3 in the ground last summer and these 3 are now nearly 20' tall and about 12 feet wide. The growth rate is incredible. The trees that have not been planted yet are pretty leggy ... I wish I had been able to get them planted sooner but they're going in next week - 23 months from the original delivery. For anyone wanting an inexpensive tree that will provide real-time pleasure, get a couple of these and sit back and whatch them grow.
|On May 25, 2006, dempugs Blanco, NM wrote:
I started buying from Sprucewood Farms aka http://www.fastrees.com in about 2000. I have landscaped 2 homes/yards exclusively with their Androscoggin Trees, Redosier Dogwood bushes & Phlox flowering bushes.
On May 25th, 2006, dempugs added the following:
I am so sorry, I included an incorrect URL. The correct one for the home page for Sprucewood Farms is as follows:
|On May 15, 2006, canalzonechick Cresson, TX wrote:
As stated on a previous comment, you have a pickup location to receive your trees. I bought one androscoggin just because I figured if it doesn't grow then I didn't waste too much money. They do have a guarantee by the way. They also provide you with very specific instructions to get the best out of your tree. Anyhoo, my tree is growing fast and doing well. Their website is http://www.fasttrees.com. I will buy from them again.
|On Apr 15, 2004, mommydi Gooding, ID (Zone 5a) wrote:
In 2000, we bought a 2-story house without any trees in the backyard (west side of house). We needed shade for our four young children (newborn, 2, 8, 10) to play in the back plus needed to cool off the second story (bedrooms). We could NOT afford the "real" trees, where they start out at 15-20'. Then I saw this little ad in the classified "Want fast growing trees? Call 1-800" etc. It sounded like a fly-by-night company but I figured for $12 or so a tree, if their promises came true, I'd be so happy. If not, well, I was only out $40. I was desperate enough to gamble.