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|On Aug 12, 2011, pirl (Arlene) Southold, NY (Zone 7a) wrote:
Garden Crossings sent an Email offer for clematises at $9.95 each. Though I've said I don't need any more I bought 8 of them and they were delivered by Fed Ex.
|On Jul 8, 2011, Gascoigne Shawnee Mission, KS (Zone 5a) wrote:
This was a recent email I sent to Garden Crossings after purchasing CLEMATIS ROOGUCHI and CLEMATIS "My ANGEL": (These were plants same size or bigger---definitely healthy, superfine!---- than my local specialty garden store that sells their clems for outrageous amounts...and doesn't even have the variety GC has...so here was my email to the staff at GC----
|On Jun 28, 2011, WeeklyWeeder Polson, MT (Zone 5b) wrote:
I ordered 3 Platycodon 'Astra Double Blue' and received them yesterday in perfect condition. They are in bud and look very healthy. The packing was excellent, the service was fast. I recommend this company highly.
|On Jun 23, 2011, marleec Adairsville, GA (Zone 7b) wrote:
I found exactly the plants I wanted on the Garden Crossings' web site and I placed my first order with them on 6/21 and received all 10 plants in good condition on 6/23. The plants were healthy and of good size. I will order from them again and would recommend them to others.
|On Jun 23, 2011, Whirlwind2000 Monroe, CT wrote:
Purchased 6 Heuchera. They were large plants and were excellently packed each in there own box. They were very secure and no soil was lost. I have purchased from them before and found that the plants arrived healthy and were packed well. They cost a little be more but you get what you pay for.
|On Jun 23, 2011, JetGal Sugar Grove, IL wrote:
Just received my 1st order [so far] for 2011 & once again, all I could do was smile while unpacking the plants I purchased!!! Plant material always arrives in a healthy, beautiful condition. I truly appreciate the attention & care they take in packing the plants to ensure a safe transport with minimal damage. Size of plant material I've always received was WOW, too, which I've previously shared with the folks @ Garden Crossings.
|On Jun 19, 2011, Marilynbeth wrote:
I've ordered several times from them and am always pleased.
|On Jun 16, 2011, bluelavendar Longmeadow, MA wrote:
I ordered 3 Silver Moon and 3 Venosa Violacea clematis. One of the V.V was out of stock, but the five plants shipped were BIG, healthy, and had the absolute BEST packaging I have ever seen. The order arrived promptly and in great shape. I ordered clematis from 4 different online sources this spring, and these were the overall best. I highly recommend them as a place to purchase well-established, healthy clematis plants.
|On May 31, 2011, iykim Hillsborough, CA (Zone 10a) wrote:
I just received my $150 order from Garden Crossing. All of the plants arrived safely in a very carefully packaged shipping box. They are very decent-sized, and of really good quality. I am very thrilled about the purchase. This is my second order from them. I would go back to Garden Crossing for more plants as I need them. Thank you so much, Garden Crossing.
|On May 26, 2011, Jlmyers72 Commerce Township, MI wrote:
Posted on May 19, 2011, updated May 26, 2011
On May 19th, 2011, Jlmyers72 changed the rating from positive to neutral and added the following:
My flowering quince arrived yesterday. It was totally infested with afids. I have never seen so many on one plant before. I called the company and e-mailed Heidi photo's and am waiting to hear if their entire stock is infested or not. If they are, (which I would think they are considering how many were on this plant) and they handle the refund accordingly, then I will change the rating back to postive. If they don't then it will be changed to negative
On May 26th, 2011, Jlmyers72 changed the rating from neutral to positive and added the following:
Heidi refunded the money the next day for the afid infested Quince. All though disapointed that the plant had SO many bugs, because they handled the refund so quickly, I am changing back to a positive. I eneded up going to a local nursery here in the Detroit area and they had a Quince in a 3 gallon pot for quite a bit cheaper anyways. I will use them again, but only for items I can't find at Bordines.
|On May 25, 2011, flowersrule Palmerton, PA (Zone 6a) wrote:
I really would like to give them a Positive rating, but since I'm a little disappointed with my plants, I cannot.
|On May 20, 2011, PlantinPatti Dayton, OH wrote:
I have placed several orders with Garden Crossing both last year and this. Yes, their prices are high. But you absolutely get what you pay for- LARGE- sized HEALTHY plants, packaged perfectly,
|On May 19, 2011, stormcloud Yonkers, NY wrote:
Posted on October 8, 2010, updated May 19, 2011
On October 8th, 2010, stormcloud added the following:
Over the years I hav purchased from most all of the online gardening centers. I only occasionally order from American Meadows due to their rather high prices.
This morning I opened to different orders, from 2 separate places, and now understand their high prices.
Buddliea,Dicentra, and Oso Easy Rosa...Just PERFECT.
extremely well packaged with care and 4 beautiful ,full healthy looking plants !! Super !
As for the other place...thumbs down !
On May 19th, 2011, stormcloud added the following:
I recieved my latest order today. Fabulous.
not planted as yet but they all looked wonderful and healthy.
Surely a far cry from the little seedlings many other online nurseries are sending.
Little problem is that in a tray of annual celosi plants one of the 6 packs only had 5 plants and the 6th empty.
Packaging is extremely safe foir the plants. No popcorn to run around collecting as you unpack. Excellent...I am very pleased with this order.
|On May 18, 2011, Get_growing Dallas, TX wrote:
Posted on April 22, 2011, updated May 18, 2011
On May 18th, 2011, Get_growing added the following:
Should have mentioned that I've placed and received 4 orders with GC over the last year. Fantastic experience every time.
|On May 14, 2011, drclemson Lewistown, PA wrote:
I recently ordered numerous perennials and they were shipped very quickly and were safely packed and in great shape when they arrived. Good sized plants and very healthy in appearance. The prices seemed good in comparison to several other companies from which I did some comparison shopping. One thing I was unhappy about was that two boxes shipped separately from the main shipment, which was fine, but these boxes were obviously mishandled and traveled on their sides so that when I opened them, the soil was all over the place and the plants were lose in their pots. They were also growing sideways, so they must have been this way for several days. The boxes are clearly marked as living plants with several arrows and "This Way Up" indicators, so this was the fault of Fed Ex, not Garden Crossings, just an FYI. Will see how they do now that they are planted.
|On May 12, 2011, plympton Plympton, MA wrote:
The small plants I received were well packaged but uprooted during shipping due to an immature root system. Garden Crossings had become aware of problems with this plant this year after my order had shipped and had taken them out of their catalog till they grew them out a bit. The company has offered a full refund.
|On May 9, 2011, SongsofJoy New Hampshire, NH (Zone 5b) wrote:
I've placed several orders and I've been happy with all of them. The packaging is great and plants arrive looking healthy; all have thrived in my garden. I do think the prices are too high. I usually only order things from GC that I can't easily find elsewhere. I also wish they didn't chop off the tops of some perennials. I ordered irises this spring and the tops were all chopped off, including a few flower scapes). I doubt they will bloom this year. All considering, the postives outweigh the minor complaints.
|On May 6, 2011, jmurray0312 Milwaukee, WI wrote:
This was my first order from this company. I ordered hostas and echinaceas. They arrived in beautiful condition, very well packed, large healthy plants with good root systems and lots of soil. They looked like they had just been taken from the nursery--really beautiful! I won't hesitate to use this company again.
|On May 5, 2011, Teedee Germantown, OH wrote:
Ordered a dozen angelonia (annual flowers) from GC as my 1st order. Was amazed when I received them. They were in 5" pots with at least 4 stems per pot, all 6" high or higher. They were green and very healthy looking: no wilting or broken stems. ALL of the dirt was still in the pots. Received them just about 1 week before they should be planted, which gave me time to harden them off. While the price was no bargain basement deal, I have paid as much for these at local nursery centers and only gotten half as many stems per pot. This shipment was the best I ever remember receiving, and I order a lot of plants thru the mail. Kudos to GC!
|On May 3, 2011, purpleice Bridgman, MI (Zone 5a) wrote:
My oder arrived in perfect condition, the plants were of a good size and they had good root systems. Those three things are all I ask of a nursery. I'm very satisfied.
|On May 1, 2011, LOVIE2 Boston, MA (Zone 6a) wrote:
I recieved my order of Rosemary Arp on 4/29/11. I was a bit surpised at how small they were for the price paid but they all look very healthy. The packaging could have been done better/neater as there was soil all over the place inside the box and the slots for each plant weren't all tabbed out to keep the plants from moving around. Never the less I'm leaving positive ratings because they look healthy and I recieved what I wanted.
|On Apr 29, 2011, hoosierbananna Indianapolis, IN wrote:
Just received my shipment of several climatis: neatly packed, healthy plants. Am pleased. Plan to shop with them again in the future.
|On Apr 15, 2011, mudsky Perryville, MD wrote:
I have started container gardening since moving to Maryland. I wanted King Tut Cyperus to be the "Thriller" in some of my pots. On this site there were 4 vendors shown to have this. I chose to use Garden Crossings. Once on the site, I ordered two of the King Tuts and some other plants. My plants arrived yesterday. They were beautifully packed, in execellent health and exceeded the sizes I expected. I will definitely order from them again.
|On Jan 18, 2011, kbjanet2003 mid-Michigan, MI wrote:
My experience is with the plant-hunt itself. In searching for Scaevola aemula in the Garden Crossings LCC website I find it is not available, yet it is shown as available on the Dave's Garden Plant Scout. How Can this be? While trying to be efficient and using Dave's Garden I get sent on a wild goose chase.
|On Jan 15, 2011, bigfatslob Milwaukee, WI wrote:
Their plants are huge and screaming with health and vigor. I have not seen better packing than Garden Crossings'. Plants arrive with not a leaf out of place, nor a speck of soil disturbed. I am a big cheapskate and I always think their prices are steep UNTIL my plants arrive, then I'm delighted.
|On Dec 29, 2010, kaju32 muscat,
the information mentioned about the product is very nice and the explanation abt the plant is beautiful
|On Nov 11, 2010, bryana Albany, NY wrote:
I ordered 4 clematis vines. All arrived with large healthy roots and grew very well over the summer. 2 of them even produced small flowers.
|On Nov 3, 2010, pollyk Hannibal, NY (Zone 6a) wrote:
I ordered blueberry bushes from their sale. All of the transaction went very well, response to order, shipping time, notification of shipping.
|On Oct 14, 2010, enthusiast10 Great Neck, NY wrote:
I wish I had checked this link before ordering. I have ordered hundreds of bulbs from another company. I just ordered the Heuchera Osidian and the Heuchera Alabama Surprise from Garden Crossings. They did not have 2 other heucheras in stock. So I ordered them from this other company with a luscious catalogue and stunning website. The Heucheras from Garden Crossings were ten times the size AND cheaper than those from the other company. They arrived today (10/14) beautifully packed, glossy & healthy via Fedex, after ordering them on 10/9/10. I was shocked to see the other 2 inch high Heucheras from the other company. I doubt that they will survive the winter. I will post back with the results. I will definitely use Garden Crossings again for any unusual item that I can't find locally. Thanks.
|On Sep 11, 2010, NGW Farmington Hills, MI (Zone 5b) wrote:
The plant I received was fraudulently small for the price extorted -- and in a huge box. A waste of my money and of a good portion of a perfectly good tree for the 3 foot tall cardboard box holding the six inch plant. From the reviews here, I gather that my experience was not typical or that there are a lot of inexperienced mail-order gardeners who have never ordered from a reputable mail order nursery and received that for which they paid. It's all relative.
|On Sep 2, 2010, odeymail Ormond Beach, FL wrote:
I am doing this review about 6 weeks late. On July 15th, I received about 10 daylilies, which I had ordered only a few days before. I was thrilled with the size of the plants and how healthy they were. They were all packed extremely well , they sent tracking information and told me when they were shipped. Everything about Garden Crossings was outstanding...the plants, the packing, the communications. I had read about them here on Garden Watchdog, and am extremely pleased with this company!
|On Jul 15, 2010, greyslate Baltimore, MD wrote:
Fantastic packing and very fast shipping! The 2 hydrangeas I ordered are full and obviously very healthy plants. I hadn't been able to find the type I was looking for locally, and I decided to order from Garden Crossings. I couldn't be happier and will add them to my favorite online plant purveyors!
|On Jul 7, 2010, kentstar Ravenna, OH (Zone 5b) wrote:
Posted on April 30, 2010, updated July 7, 2010
On May 28th, 2009, kentstar added the following:
Garden Crossings does it again! Impressive! I ordered an Earnest Markham clematis from them. It was sent out yesterday and arrived today! Fast shipping. The plant was healthy and nice looking with excellent packaging. Not dried out at all. Great job! You know this company is the best one I've found yet.
On August 18th, 2009, kentstar added the following:
Garden Crossings does it again! I ordered a late season Sweet Autumn clematis on Saturday and had it by Tuesday! Healthy, moist, and well packed.
They are one of the best places to order from period.
Of course, I will continue ordering from them. Way to go Garden Crossings!
On April 30th, 2010, kentstar added the following:
Thankyou again! I ordered Bacopa and Supertunias and all came fast and were packaged excellently! Each were in their own little slot in the box, and all were nice and moist!
Just an update: My Beauty of Worcester, Henryi, Earnest Markham, and Sweet Autumn clemastises are doing awesome! The peach flambe heuchera looks great and came through winter untouched!
This is THE place to buy all your plants! Never had any problems period.
On July 7th, 2010, kentstar added the following:
Ordered 3 myosotis (Forget-me-nots) on Monday and they came on Wednesday. Two days! Can't be beat! Thanks again!
|On Jun 25, 2010, MatthewCarman Newton, IA wrote:
I recently ordered from Garden Crossings. I spend $500-$600 worth of plants from them. The plants were not as big as I had expected but they were just pruned down to fit in a box. I was very pleased with this site. All of my plants came alive and they all looked great. Since I have recieved them most of the plants have been planted. Only the Lugwort and Lupine are not doing so good and I think that is my fault for not watering them enough. They are in the shade. The Lupine was damaged from strong winds aswell because it is bent. I think it will be fine though. The first year is just the growing year anyways. I am happy with my order and the rest of my plants are doing great. The Clematis, Grapes and Joe Pye Weed are even decent size. I know I can get bigger plants from a local nursery which is what I usually do but sometimes you have to go online to get a specific plant like Rose of Sharon and this sit has a big selection of perrenials and shrubs.
|On Jun 16, 2010, kinsykins Ridgefield, CT wrote:
I ordered raspberry and blueberry bushes. I received a prompt email confirmation, Fedex shipping number and in less than a week the plants arrived. Very well packed, vibrant green, very healthy looking. Very satisfying experience.
|On Jun 7, 2010, stewardess Easton, PA (Zone 6a) wrote:
SUCH a positive experience! Generously sized plants arrived the week after Mother's Day, just as I had requested. Plants were well packaged and had travelled well: no signs of stress, well-hydrated, minimal travel scars. Ingenious packaging consisted primarily of cardboard, which is recyclable (yea!). Plants were so big and mature that many have since bloomed and are easily establishing themselves in my yard. I had a number of questions about various plants before I placed my order, and each of my emails was quickly and graciously answered by Heidi. So pleased and satisfied. Thank you!
|On Jun 5, 2010, blossomdays Austin, TX wrote:
I have been very pleased with my plants from Garden Crossings. Recently 3 oxalis died due to a delay in the package being delivered during a time of 90 degree plus temperatures. Garden Crossings allowed me to select three replacement plants and mailed them at no cost to me.
|On Jun 3, 2010, pookerella Bellmore, NY (Zone 7a) wrote:
Just the best! Beautiful, healthy plants, a very large inventory of the Proven WinnersŪ brand and speedy service with excellent packaging. I can't say enough about this nursery, especially after my run in with someone they drop ship for, and I encourage everyone to purchase directly from Garden Crossings! They are SUPERB!!!
|On May 31, 2010, MaryNeedsSleep Morgantown, WV wrote:
I ordered several hellebores and received healthy plants that were larger than similar plants that I received from two other online nurseries. All seem to be doing well, and I will order from Garden Crossings again.