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|On May 29, 2012, Pitcom Avondale, PA (Zone 6b) wrote:
After a fruitless attempt to order sweet potato slips from another vendor, I had the luck to stumble upon the Abundant Acres website. During the winter i ordered 6 different varieties of sweet potato slips since I read they sell out quickly. I actually paid too much in shipping, and the vendor promptly issues me a partial refund for the shipping, that was very classy.
|On May 20, 2011, VAgardener2 Richmond , VA (Zone 7b) wrote:
I have ordered from Abundant Acres for the first time this spring. I ordered tomato, pepper and comfrey plants.
|On Feb 2, 2010, TxPlainsGrl Lubbock, TX wrote:
I ordered from this company last spring and am doing so again as soon as the sweet potatoes become purchasable. Last year the plants came in absolutely wonderful condition; very well packaged. They have such a cool selection of seedlings and it's such a lifesaver to have someone else get my tomatoes and peppers going for me (i only have so much sprouting room in the house LOL). I live in TX, so the plants need a bit of adjusting to my climate, but they send very specific instructions that even a novice cannot mess up. I had a TON of peppers and tomatoes last year and I'm looking forward to more! Great company, good service and very reasonable prices. Definitely recommend to anyone!
|On May 22, 2009, magnaastra Charleston, IL (Zone 6a) wrote:
Two of my plants appeared very wilted when I received them, but, since it's late in the season, and getting warmer, that may be the reason why, so it's not a deal-breaker. What does concern me is their substitution policy: yes, I knew, from the terms posted on their website that I could expect "similar substitutions" [which is what I specified in my order, anyway], but, IMHO, a 63-day, early season, red ruffled tomato, of a well-known variety, is not very much like an "Abundant Acres Introduction" 85-day, late season, oxheart. Depending on what I hear back, I probably will order again, but I will do it much earlier in the season, and I will very carefully specify what substitutes I find acceptable.
On May 23rd, 2009, magnaastra changed the rating from neutral to positive and added the following:
The owner promptly contacted me, offering to replace any and all of the above-mentioned plants, including the questionable substitute. The two wilted plants have since perked up, and I'm going to keep the Red Wolf susbtitute plant, so I won't be need the replacements. The customer service here is just top of the line. I'll definitely order again!
|On May 18, 2009, Psketty (Zone 6a) wrote:
This is my second year to order from this company. They carry a variety of heirloom and hard-to-find vegetables and herbs. My orders have included tomatoes, sweet peppers and herbs. The plants are well packaged for shipping and have thrived in my garden. The communications from and with this company are timely. The owners are interested in having satisfied customers. I look forward to doing future business with this company.
|On Jun 5, 2008, yehudith silver spring, MD (Zone 7a) wrote:
I'm tickled with this company and will have no hesitation in ordering from them again.
On September 11th, 2008, yehudith added the following:
Just a quick update. all the plants thrived beautifully and I'm now harvesting the last of the best tomatoes I've ever grown.
Thank you Abundant Acres and see you again next spring.