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|On Oct 23, 2013, AdobeGardener Kittanning, PA (Zone 5a) wrote:
Friendly, helpful phone service - informative website (had to call to order). I had a specific hard-to-find fern that I was looking for and they had it. Ordered 5 and they arrived on time a few days later, carefully packed in excelsior. Never shifted or budged - they were in excellent condition when they arrived and included planting instructions with helpful tips. Although going into dormancy (they are kept in unheated greenhouses in Wisc), they're healthy with good root systems. So unless that cottontail rabbit gets thru my fence this winter, they should transplant and survive nicely.
|On May 19, 2013, juliabears Harrisburg, PA wrote:
Super product, customer service and delivery. My order was delivered quickly and the ox-eye sunflowers looked great.
|On Oct 10, 2011, amymsoh Columbus, OH wrote:
I bought their no-mow lawn seed from them in spring of 2010. Their customer service has been OUTSTANDING. I can tell they really believe in the no-mow grass and want me to succeed. I have asked SOOO many questions and they are very patient with me. I am excited about my lawn because it does not require watering or fertlizer, which is great for the environment. The no-mow feature is a bonus. It does grow long but it falls over, my friend calls it a "comb-over", but everyone agrees it looks really cool and unique. I have a small yard and had to have it all regraded with new dirt, so I have this lawn on the whole thing. I have put in a lot of time in to get rid of weeds (which was also due to the fact that I had to sow in the spring because of the regrading), but they tell me that after three years it will take very little work at all. The difference at the end of this second growing season to my first is much improved, so i imagine that is right. I am very happy with the product and the customer service. I just can't wait for it to all be set and I'm done weeding!
|On May 18, 2011, pennypincher Bedford, MA wrote:
I ordered from this company for the first time this year. I was looking for some native asters that I have not been able to find anywhere else. I ordered in the winter and was given a spring shipping date, and the plants were shipped as promised with a reminder email preceeding the shipment. Plants were very cleverly packed, with environmentally friendly packaging, and arrived undamaged. They were small, but healthy, with good root systems. I was not expecting large specimens, and frankly, smaller ones are easier to put into the ground. Once planted they immediately began to grow very nicely. Just what I have been looking for and could not find elsewhere; and it is very nice that this company offers so much in way of natives and wildflowers.
|On May 11, 2009, Linda_Iowa Cedar Rapids, IA (Zone 5b) wrote:
I attended a presentation Neil put on in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and since I've been trying to incorporate more native plants in my gardens, I placed an order of several varieties, ranging from one to four of each variety. I received prompt communication as to when my order would be shipped and it arrived as promised. The plants were all very nice and packed well. I'm very satisfied. Thanks Prairie Nursery! I'll be ordering again in the future!
|On May 16, 2008, valeriemv Milwaukee, WI wrote:
I love Prairie Nursery's mission of using native plants. They use lovely organic packing materials. Customer service is tops, and they offer a generous replacement policy. Their variety for native plants is unmatched. The consulting and educational services they provide makes them a unique and valuable resource.
|On Aug 6, 2005, bseward Kilmarnock, VA (Zone 7a) wrote:
Earlier this Spring, I ordered a Shade Garden from Prairie Nursery. The plants arrived on the date expected and were in excellent condition. They went into the ground the same day they arrived. I had a question about the viability of one of the plants and knew one was missing. I planted them anyway just to see what would happen. The one I was questioning did just fine after all, but the one I knew was missing proved to be not there. I called the company and had an excellent response. They agreed to reship on the next date available. Unfortunately, we were going to be out of town so in the Fall I will get a replacement. Since then all plants have done
|On Jun 19, 2005, elaird Boone, NC wrote:
This as an excellent nursery that specializes in wildflowers (which are hard to find at traditional nurseries). I ordered a dozen plants. Although they were small, they were healthy and have all settled in nicely in my garden in North Carolina. Their catalog is very detailed, making it easy to choose the right wildflower for your location. (I was seeking plants that thrive in the shade.) Plants were packed very carefully for shipment, and they even let you pick a ship date on the order form. Customer service is friendly and helpful, with a 1-800 number for your convenience. I highly recommend this nursery.
|On Feb 9, 2005, svenska wrote:
Excellent, well grown, strong plants that thrive on my rocky, well drained New Jersey hillside. Beautiful shipping technique using wooden "excelsior". The catalog is exceptionally informative on hoe to "plant a prairie. I am preparing this year's order.
|On Sep 20, 2004, Equilibrium wrote:
And yet another A+ company to deal with. Am already working on placing yet another order with Prairie Nursery.
On December 2nd, 2006, Equilibrium added the following:
I ordered from them again in '05 as well as in '06 and had no issues. Plants were again recieved in a timely manner and were healthy and had been packed well. I will order from them again in '07.
|On May 22, 2004, jcsgreenthumb Pisgah Forest, NC (Zone 6b) wrote:
I had the opportunity to visit Prairie Nursery for the first time this year. The grounds were very well kept, and the greenhouse that had plants for the public was well organized by type of plant (i.e., shade, sun, wet).
|On May 16, 2004, ilex Cedar Grove, NJ wrote:
This place is great - plants with strong roots, good service, good packing, sent on time. It is true that some prairie plants take some time (for an impatient person) to get going. Last year I ordered 10 butterfly weeds for clay and they looked like dead sticks for the longest time. Prairie Nursery told me to be patient, and they finally got started. This year they are going like gangbusters. P.N. has great bird-friendly plants that you certainly won't find in your local garden center.
|On May 7, 2004, mikejan Staten Island, NY wrote:
My first order to PN was a good experience. I wanted potted plants because I was going to be putting most of them in cat litter for water gardening. These were just the right size and there was no mistake about planting them too shallow or deep. They took off almost right away and all have doubled in size.
|On Apr 30, 2004, mngardenaddict Minneapolis, MN wrote:
Fast, friendly, helpful service. The plants came quickly in excellent condition. This company provides everything one could ask for in a mail order company! I highly recommend!
|On Apr 24, 2004, tamarava Chesapeake, VA wrote:
I can see why this company has a 100% postive.My first order and the whole experience was a good one.Emails promply answered,healthy plants,great cultural information,and really friendly customer service.Tamarava
|On Aug 25, 2003, jeb10 Minneapolis, MN wrote:
I have ordered plants from Prairie Nursery for a few years. Last fall I ordered some shooting stars from them and they bloomed beautifully this past spring. They have wonderful assortment of native plants. Their website is very helpful and has a great on-line ordering. I would highly recommend Prairie Nursery for a source of ornamental grasses and wildflowers.
|On Apr 20, 2003, ChuckP Adrian, MI wrote:
This company has more than 100 different prairie flowers and grasses. They are shipped at the correct planting time, mostly well rooted plants in individual pots, each with a label giving moisture and light requirements, common and scientific name, and height. The color catalog has sections for soil type, moisture, and light requirements. Both seed and plants are available.
|On Jan 1, 2003, Lawnsmith wrote:
I have been dealing with this company for about 2 years. They have given me good advice for planting situations, sent high quality well packed plants, and always in a timely manner. I had a few plants that did not transplant successfully. They were all replaced without question and again in a timely manner. Their customer service is top notch. Their technical staff are highly qualified and knowledgeable. In short, this is an excellent and well run company that cares deeply about the products they sell. I am very pleased to Highly Recommend Prairie Nursery!
|On Feb 1, 2000, mollymccarty wrote:
Excellent customer service has been given to me from Prairie Nursery. As a new gardener at a local University, I have inherited 2 prairie gardens, content unknown and indiscernible to me while in their wintering state. Prairie Nursery readily and speedily faxed me the order lists of the 2 seed mixes purchased and planted by my predecessor. Most helpful and appreciated.
|On Mar 1, 1996, comctr2 wrote:
They offer a full color catalog that is very informative on native prairie plants. They offer seed and plant material. I have bought large amounts of both in the past and continue to buy plants to this day. The quality of both seed and plants is great. I recommend the company.