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|On Jul 20, 2008, whitebeard Hephzibah, GA wrote:
On April 21,2008 I ordered 6 Hibiscus plants from the catalogue,they arrived in record time and in perfect condition.They were small,looked like little twigs, but I planted each one in a little pot of potting soil and watered it everyday,they started to grow good,in about 4 or 5 weeks I transplanted them in bigger pots and they continued to grow, than came the buds and on July17 the 1st one bloomed the most beautiful pink ,Huge,flower, the next day a second one bloomed, the others are all budded out ready to bloom. I cannot thank the company enough for the beautiful plants. I have been trying to find them on the web ,I want some red ones.I could not find any of the "dish size" in my local this spring so I am thrilled with Carol Wright. I have always had good results with this company in every way,either ordering or returning if not satisfied.
|On Mar 6, 2008, vieja albuquerque, NM (Zone 7a) wrote:
I have ordered from Carol Wright, ? Drake & Starcrest in the past & have been satisfied. My last order to Starcrest never arrived & that is when I went on the website & saw a page full of complaints ... some worse than mine (I was able to put a hold on my check)! Wish I had searched on-line first before ordering. Guess it would pay to search frequently to see if these companies are still as good as they once were! These catalogs often have really neat things not found elsewhere so hope they don't go the way of Starcrest!
|On Feb 8, 2008, greenaliens Calion, AR wrote:
I have ordered many products from this company and never had a problem, and Carol Wright has one of the best shipping rates. If you are not sure about a product, call and ask about it and they will be happy to look it up for you. You get what you pay for so play it smart. Don't buy the water eater if you want it to eat puddles of water, but other than that, everything has been great.
|On May 17, 2005, celtic_cross East Flat Rock, NC (Zone 7b) wrote:
OK, so Carol Wright may be best known for gadgets and chintzy gifts, but it was in the Wright catalog that my wife fell in love with a royal paulownia (empress tree) as well as "giant" tomatoes and "giant" blueberries, so despite my misgivings about mail-ordering plants, I ordered some of each. The blueberries arrived in March as dormant twigs, the tomato plants were very small and the paulownia was just a small sapling. Since it was still frosty here in southwestern North Carolina, I put all the plants in a large pot filled with enriched soil to await warmer weather.