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On May 10, 2011, distantkin Saint Cloud, MN (Zone 4b) wrote:
I was involved in a co-op that was a disaster. I would post a negative, but in the end I got my plants from A Flower's Nursery.
*When doing a co-op, don't cause your members to stress about if or when they will get their plants because of personal drama.
*Do not give out personal financial information about others involved in the co-op. I still have the e-mail where this was done.
*Be honest about yourself (Not only falsely claiming you are a Master Gardener, but using the title when involved in financial gain are both BIG No Nos)
*Don't use public forums to air dirty laundry.
I have never been involved in a co-op where so much nastiness was spewed across the internet. I am sure you have a great nursery and wonderful plants, but who wants to wade through the stress and drama to save a few cents?
On Apr 6, 2011, merrymath Morrisville, PA (Zone 6b) wrote:
I hoping Donna Vincent will correct all the errors that occured in a co-op that she had .... if she does not, I will change my rating to negative. I am owed a refund for items not received. It appears that Donna may desire to run out on obligations.
The remarks in the negative review to the best of my knowledge are true. The poster was involved in the same co-op.