WOW. Jasmine Fiona's Sunrise and clematis Kiri Te Kenawa arrived exceptionally packaged and staked, with intact, moist root balls and vigorous new growth. What a contrast to the spindly, dried-out, sickly twigs I received from other online companies. Greenwood Nursery is my new standard.
On Apr 24, 2012, JonSchneider Fleming Island, FL (Zone 9b) wrote:
Posted on March 31, 2011, updated April 24, 2012
Posted on September 17, 2010, updated March 31, 2011
This is my third order from Brushwood. which recently moved to Georgia from Pennsylvania. Dan did not miss a beat in the move and on very short notice provided me with top quality clematis... perhaps the best I have ever received! The packing is impeccable and the size of the plants very generous. Dan's response time would be nearly impossible to beat. I am not sure whether he is in your top 30, but he certainly should be!
Looking for a good variety of top quality vines with the very best service? This is the place! Look no further
Dr. Jon Schneider Fleming Island, FL
On March 31st, 2011, JonSchneider added the following:
It is late March here and I recently received my fourth order from this wonderful nursery. It was the same exceptional service with the best clematis ever.... the came with buds, are growing like weeds, and are already blooming. They simply cannot be beat and deserve their place in the top 30...
Dr. JonOn April 24th, 2012, JonSchneider added the following:
One year later... April 24, 2012
The move to Georgia certainly did not hurt... our newest arrivals are of the same top quality and in six weeks time are in full bloom. Looking for clematis? The quality and varieties offered by Brushwood are the very best for their very reasonable prices.
On Apr 6, 2012, blueschiz Landenberg, PA (Zone 6b) wrote:
Posted on January 14, 2002, updated April 6, 2012
A recent discovery for me... healthy, high quality plants shipped well and super friendly service!
On April 6th, 2012, blueschiz added the following:
I ordered from Brushwood again and I think these plants were even more beautiful than last time. The vines were fully rooted into the pots without being bound and when I unpacked them they were fresh and bright with just enough moisture - not wet or rotting. One of the two best mail orders I've gotten this spring!
I recently purchased a red trumpet vine from Brushwood. This is a wonderful nursery. This was my first purchase from them. The plant was shipped very quickly and when I had requested it. It arrived Priority Mail. The plant is extremely healthy and a nice large size about 14 inches tall. They charge only $10 shipping for either one or 100 plants. The plant was carefully packed. They let me know when it was shipped via email. I am very happy.
I do NOT have the green thumb in the family. I've wanted roses for a long time, but can never get bare roots to grow. I ordered from Brushwood as a last ditch effort before conceding that roses aren't for me, really.
My order arrived as scheduled, two happy-looking, 12" plants. I planted the Zephirine Drouhin Roses in a part sun spot in my yard in early June, and they are doing great!!! Two months later they are over 3 feet tall and have tons of new growth.
Customer service at Brushwood was prompt and helpful in that someone answered a question I had about planting them very quickly by email.
If these rose vines continue to be this happy, I might finally have to learn how to prune! :-)
On Jun 12, 2011, calle Centre, AL (Zone 7b) wrote:
I ordered three climbing roses and they arrived so perfectly packaged that there was not as much as a bent leaf. The plants are very healthy and a good size for the price. Overall an excellent mail order experience. I like being able to be notified when an out of stock item is available again. I will order from this company again.
Healthy mid-sized plants (mostly clematis) that have grown well for me, blooming in their second year. Excellent selection, excellent packaging and an astonishingly low shipping cost. When the shipping, quantity discount, and a coupon were added, these robust plants were cost comparable with much smaller plants from other suppliers, but far better plants. I have ordered from Brushwood twice and will not hesitate to order from them again.
This was my first order with Brushwood and my four chosen clematis are very healthy, growing and looking great. My plants were very well packaged and shipped in a timely manner. There are other vines that I wanted but were not in stock at the time I placed my order. So I will be ordering from them in the future. I am a very happy and satisfied customer.
On May 25, 2011, k2cedarcity Dayton, NV (Zone 5b) wrote:
A+++ My order shipped on Mon. and arrived here Wed. From GA to NV. The six clematis are very healthy and LARGE.
Packing was supberb. You can tell that Dan has been doing this for a while. He has the secret to excellent plants, ordering ease, shipping and great communication. Thank you Brushwood, you're the best! I will be ordering again and highly recommend that you do the same.
I have ordered from Brushwood Nursery a couple of times now. Each time I receive my orders I am pleasantly surprised by the size and health of the plants they send. They ship when stated, everything is packed well, good size plants.
I ordered 3 clematis, 2 wisteria (one on sale!) and 1 honeysuckle vine. All arrived in great condition, well packed and a good size for the price charged. Local nurseries charge about double for a similar size plant. They had good communication as well, notifiying me of shipment. When I sent them a confirmation that my order arrived and in good condition, Dan responded promptly. A great operation.
I just received two clematis vines; this was the first order I had placed since the nursery moved from Pennsylvania to Georgia. Shipping was prompt, and the vines were lush and healthy on arrival. I'm a longtime Brushwood customer, and have never been disappointed with any of my orders.
I received 12 plants on April 21st. They were all healthy, beautiful plants. This was my first experience ordering from Brushwood, but not my last. I was impressed with their selection, quality, and customer service.
I received my plants on April1. I ordered 3 different plants and all 3 arrived in excellent condition. I was amazed at the size of the plants! This was my first order with Brushwood Nursery and I look forward to ordering from them again soon. I would highly recommend giving them a try.
On Mar 31, 2011, pirl (Arlene) Southold, NY (Zone 7a) wrote:
Posted on June 18, 2010, updated March 31, 2011
A few weeks ago I ordered four clematis from Dan at Brushwood Nursery and they arrived yesterday as per my wishes. I could not be more thrilled! One is at least a foot tall and very bushy and the others are also very large, about 10". Dan was excellent with communication since I had added a note that we'd be on vacation for a week so he scheduled the delivery at a time that was good for me.
I am thoroughly delighted with this company!
On March 31st, 2011, pirl added the following:
Today, 3/31/11, I received my latest order of clematises from Brushwood and I'm very pleased with the plants, the excellent packing, the superb communication with Dan.
I refuse to play the juvenile games others play by comparing what they got from other companies. It isn't fair to anyone.
Dan is honest, reliable and trustworthy. He will always have my business.
I received my first order from Brushwood a few weeks ago. I picked the option of Brushwood determining the mailing date. I received the plants within a week. The plants were packed nicely and arrived very healthy. I appreciate the detailed information on their website which helped me pick out the best plants for my garden and provided planting instructions.
On Mar 26, 2011, shihtzumom Pearisburg, VA (Zone 7a) wrote:
I received my first order for clematis from Brushwood. They were very well packed, some with buds, and shipping was very fair for my order of 5 clematis. That said, I did receive much smaller clematis than I have gotten from SSV but her shipping is more. So I guess we will see how well these plants do and I will have more of a comparison - I also hope their warmer climate in GA won't impact how they act for me in VA.
On Mar 21, 2011, bibbykitty San Antonio, TX (Zone 8b) wrote:
Posted on October 14, 2005, updated March 21, 2011
I ordered three own root roses from this company. I was very unhappy with the delivery company a huge problem getting the roses to my house.....
The roses however were large well rooted plants would definitely recommend this company to anyone. I buy a lot of own root roses from a number of suppliers. most Brushwood has some of the larger plants I have received for the money, and even with the trauma they went through late delivery and rough treatment they were in good shape. I am pleased with them. Order with confidence. Great Plants.
On March 21st, 2011, bibbykitty added the following:
I have ordered quite a few plants from Brushwood over a span of several years. I have always been happy with the plants I received.
I just got my latest order friday, as always the plants are large, well rooted and healthy. I would recommend this compaby to anyone looking for an online supplier. I have had wonderful results with them.
On Mar 17, 2011, katie59 Woodinville, WA (Zone 8b) wrote:
Ordered from Brushwood this year for the first time as they were the only nursery that had Omoshiro. My order came today, as scheduled and I was notified of shipping. The plants are big and they were packed exquisitely. I will definitely order from Brushwood again.
On Feb 21, 2011, mrs_colla Marin, CA (Zone 9b) wrote:
Posted on May 19, 2008, updated February 21, 2011
Nicely packed, very healthy plants with good roots, not clipped to fit the box, but boxed to fit the plants.
Will be back for more!
On September 16th, 2008, mrs_colla changed the rating from positive to neutral and added the following:
After some time, the clematis both died. I waited a while to see if they would come back, as I planted them deep enough to recover from wilting if it would occur, but alas, the plants died.
I contacted Dan by email, and he asked me more information on how and where the plants were planted.
I sent him the info but haven't heard back from him.
I could have emailed him immediately, but since clematis dares to wilt and bounce back, I decided to give them the benefit of the doubt. My loss.
I have bought clematis from another nursery with more flexibilty and will stick to him from now on.
I won't order again.On February 21st, 2011, mrs_colla changed the rating from neutral to positive and added the following:
I have written ordered 4 clematis and 1 honeysuckle, and they came packed beautifully, with great roots, and promising new growth.
I came to Dave's Garden to search for a vendor that sold Zephirine Drouhin Climbing Rose. As a result I came upon this vendor. Much to my delight I found that he also sold Passion Flower vines. Both plants I wanted were out of stock so I put my name on the "notify when ready list." First sign of good customer service...within a few days my plants were back in stock...I bought two Zephirine and one Passiflora Blue Bouquet. All three plants arrived within one week and were perfect...the packing was done with such detail that the plants came out of their boxes in excellent shape. I planted both at the end of May...a little late for the rose, but I was far more optimistic about the Passiflora. Results? Blue Bouquet is stunning...it is close to 20 feet tall and is FILLED with beautiful flowers. I'm in Zone 7 and will try to overwinter the plant outside...I've done this before and have had some luck (the plant is right next to my chimney and gets wonderful sun...I may try a cutting as well. For those of you on the East coast, you know that this has been the hottest summer in years...it has been brutal. Both of my roses are planted between two established buddleia plants...that is probably why they have surived this heat. They did receive early morning sun and then partial secondary to the shade of their "nurse" plants. No flowers (I didn't expect any this year) however each plant has grown to well over 6 feet tall. I fully expect to have my first roses next year. Each rose bush is putting out new runners and the plants look very healthy. I would wholeheartedly recommend this vendor - the customer service was top notch and the plants were superb.
Ordered two vines (clerodendum thomsoniae & actinidia pilosula) during their end of season sale. Have ordered tiny clematis vines from competitors during similar sales in the past (mainly because of the price). Never received better sized (qt. pots), healthier or more vigorous vines for the price from any m.o. company ever. Can't wait until shipping resumes to see if their clematis are just as good.
On Jun 4, 2010, Emma75 DeLand, FL (Zone 9b) wrote:
I have been wanting the double form of Carolina Jessamine called 'Pride of Augusta' for a couple of years. Last Fall, I utilized Brushwood's option to be e-mailed when the item came back in stock. The day I received the e-mail, I purchased this and Clematis Perle d'Azur. Both plants arrived today in excellent condition! Strong roots, abundant growth, and no damage to any of the foliage. Plants came very well packaged via UPS. I will definitely use this nursery again!
I received two climbing roses and two different clematis yesterday. They were well-packed in recyclable packaging and look excellent and healthy. I will plant them today and keep you posted on how they do.
On May 19, 2010, Tex68 Long Branch, NJ (Zone 7a) wrote:
Ordered 6 rose climbers from Brushwood some on sale and some on regular price. Placed my order on a Saturday and received it on a Wednesday. The roses were vigorous and healthy. Buds and blooms on some. The long canes were carefully bent and secured to avoid breakage. Packaging was excellent with the use of biodegradable materials.
Flat rate shipping of $10, plus I got a discount of $10 for buying 6 plants. You get a discount of $5 for every 3 plants you purchase regardless if it's on sale or not. So it's just like I did not pay for shipping at all. Will order from this nursery again.
On May 14, 2010, wagneramy Santa Cruz, CA (Zone 9a) wrote:
I ordered 3 clematis. They did not arrive. I emailed Dan and he was the best. He checked into the problem right away and found they had not been sent. He offered a free plant and sent my order right away. They were packed very well and in excellent condition. I would order from them again.
I ordered two roses from Brushwood, Morning Magic and Westerland climbing rose. Both arrived in perfect conditon loaded with healthy green foliage and several buds, carefully packaged and watered. The plants are now thriving in their new home and one rose is already in bloom. Their communication was outstanding and service excellent. I would highly recommend this company to others as I am very pleased with my roses and their service.
I just received my first order from Brushwood and I am astounded and very pleased by the size and health of the plants. The packing was excellent as well.
I would not hesitate to order from them and will recommend them to others.
Posted on May 6, 2010, updated May 6, 2010
Yes, there return policy is stated on the page. But, the plants are very WEAK. I ordered 4 rosebushes ( not all the same type) last year. One came damaged, I called they said it would be ok, it was just a small limb that was broken. I TOOK THEIR WORD FOR IT.
Not, only did that one die they all DIED. different locations, and gardens. When I contacted them again, I was told the neighbor or my husband may have done it. I HAVE NO NEIGHBORS, AND MY HUSBAND STAYS AWAY FROM ALL OF MY FLOWERS. NO ON ALSO DID NOT GO TO THE OTHER GARDENS AND KILL THOSE. There is other providers with much stronger plants that last, and if they don't they stand behind them.
On May 6th, 2010, swans1983 added the following:
they will replace them and not make EXCUSES.On May 6, 2010, Brushwood Nursery responded with:
"On May 6, 2010 11:28 AM, Brushwood Nursery responded with:
When a customer contacts us immediately with concerns about the condition of a plant or plants in their order, we assess each one carefully to determine if a replacement should be sent right away. In the case of one branch breaking, we usually ask the customer to see how it goes and get back in touch if it doesn't thrive. In the case of this customer, we didn't hear back about anything until this spring, so the assumption was that the plant in question was fine.
Their comment regarding a husband or neighbor damaging the plants was only a small part of the explanation of how many possible problems can occur over time that we can't possibly control and have no relationship to the quality of the plants we send or even their best efforts as a gardener. "