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On May 16, 2007, beaker_ch Columbia Heights, MN (Zone 4a) wrote:
Wasn't thrilled with the small size of the fans and the packaging was poor. The plants did look to be healthy.
They ship the DLs in paperbags with the name of the cultivar written on the bag. I spent about a half hour this morning looking for rubberbands so I could attach a name tag. I ended up using hair bands. With so many plants coming in this time of year, I really appreciate the plants that come tagged directly on the plant.
I'll probably only order from them again if they are the only ones with a "must have" available.
On May 16, 2007, Abundant Daylilies responded with:
On May 16, 2007 12:15 PM, Abundant Daylilies added:
Hi Patricia Hunter are plants are large size normally however you ordered 3 miniature daylilies with Cute As Can Be is one of the smallest daylily plants created and Winken Blinken and Nod is also very small. Siloam Harold Flickenger was a little bigger but it is still a small plant when it blooms. We also shipped you more than 2 fans as stated on some or all of them. Some had bloom scapes on them that may have been trimmed just to show that they were mature plants. If you want large plants please order our large varieties. We do sell plant labels just call and ask us or email us. However to keep cost down and sell at or below the Eureka Daylily Journal Average we do not always put labels on the plants but the bag is clearly marked with what variety is in the bag. Due to the extra weight of bags and the new postage rates we may start shipping with labels on plants but be careful on labels that do not last we use paint pens for permanent labels. We do sometimes ship in paper bags that are clearly marked.