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|On Sep 23, 2011, valleyfarmer King of Prussia, PA wrote:
I was writing to thank your Forum and other poster's like Chunx and FOP Hammonton.
On Sep 23, 2011, Dimeo Blueberry Farms responded with:
"On Sep 25, 2011 2:48 PM, Dimeo Blueberry Farms responded with:
|On Sep 8, 2011, BerryGoodness Stone Harbor, NJ wrote:
I purchased 25 plants from this wonderful family farm about a year ago. They turned out to be a great investment. We planted them along a fence in my backyard. I expected the plants to be only about 2’ feet tall, but when they arrived they were over 4’ feet tall. Several were actually a bit taller than 4’ feet. They were packed very well and arrived in great condition. They grew a whole 18” the first growing season. All 25 are still healthy. I encourage others to purchase plants from this farm. From the moment I contacted them they were nothing but friendly and helpful in every way.
|On Sep 6, 2011, blueberry2 Palatine, IL wrote:
Anthony was rude everytime I talked to him. I ordered 8 plants in mid-May and was told they'd ship when my check was received. They cashed my check on May 15th, and as of September 6th I still have not received the plants. I was told they would produce fruit for me this year. I left 4 messages requesting the status of my order. I was told in August that they only ship in the fall. That is basic information I should have been told when I placed the order. I would have found an alternative locally. I DO NOT recommend doing business with them. They don't care about their customers. They hide behind a 'company policy' of all sales are final. Since when do customers have no rights? Dimeo Farms is a disgrace.
On Sep 6, 2011, Dimeo Blueberry Farms responded with:
"On Oct 11, 2011 10:42 PM, Dimeo Blueberry Farms responded with:
We kindly advised you of the status of your order, but instead you continued to call 4 times to have us repeat ourselves again and again which was not necessary. We do care about our customers, and we don't hide behind a company policy, but yes our sales are final and that's a public fact. Common sense should also tell you that we did not ship the plants once the weather got hot because the plants would not ship well or transplant well, thus we held the order for a suitable shipping time; in the best interest of the customer as well as the plants. Thank you."
|On Aug 14, 2011, dmularz Edison, NJ wrote:
MY EXPERIENCE WITH THIS COMPANY WAS EXCELLENT. THANK YOU.
|On Aug 13, 2011, chunx San Diego, CA wrote:
Posted on March 15, 2011, updated August 13, 2011
On March 15th, 2011, chunx added the following:
Thank you, Mr. Dimeo for just proving my point and verifying everything I stated. I couldn't have personally handed you a shovel to bury yourself any deeper.
On August 13th, 2011, chunx added the following:
Well Mr. Dimeo, I see you're still quite busy planting shills to boost your ratings and some of them got caught again. I also challenge you to hold me accountable for anything I've posted and sue me. Possibly it will turn out like your other well publicized lawsuit which you lost. It's really not wise to threaten people especially when it can be proven that your positive ratings are mostly false.
Care to take this person on (me) whom is not afraid of you and would be able to expose you for the fraud which you are? I'll be waiting but I won't be holding my breath.
On Aug 13, 2011, Dimeo Blueberry Farms responded with:
"On Mar 15, 2011 6:08 PM, Dimeo Blueberry Farms responded with:
OUR FARM RESPONSE TO ABOVE POSTER: We do in fact already have a stellar reputation proven by the many years of repeat business, almost constant referrals and countless satisfied customers (list available upon request). This poster “chunx” has made TOTALLY FALSE accusations that he is unable to prove. BOTTOM LINE: Our DG haters can’t stand when our REAL customers give us any kind of praise. It really “strikes a nerve” with them for some strange reason - just as it did with poster “chunx.” We don’t have to “pump up or boost our ratings” on Dave’s Garden, of all places. Our REAL customers know the quality of our plants. OUR ADVICE: If anyone doubts, then just make an appointment now and physically come to visit our farm-nursery to see for yourself. As many will tell you “Don’t believe the “childish haters” and “DBF competitors in disguise” here on Dave’s Garden.” What they fail to realize is that everyone can see how hard they try to constantly trash us here on DG. The truth always comes to light and we shall uncover (of course not all) but many of you and hold you fully accountable for all this libel you are posting."
|On Aug 13, 2011, FOPhammontonTWN wrote:
THIS IS NOT A FAMILY FARM! it is only run by Anthony DiMeo III, who is using his deceased grandfather in the logo design to make it look like it was the same farm as his grandfather had, as well as posting video of other farms to make it look like his own! Even as a friend of the family, I know his grandfather is probably rolling over in his grave knowing about all the harassment and abuse he causes his family and customers, giving the rest of the family a BAD NAME since he is calling it a "family farm". I noticed on here that he even signs something as "M. DiMeo"! Like I said, as a friend of the family, the only M. DiMeo I know is Mildred DiMeo (the grandmother) and the poor woman has Alzheimer's and is incapable of even using the Internet or a computer for that matter! He farms on land that isn't even in his name and REFUSES to leave or even pay rent for the farm and living!! No wonder he acts like he's a rich snob that doesn't have the time of day for anyone (multiple opinions). All in all, this matter is under close investigation.
|On Aug 10, 2011, Herbladi Moriches, NY wrote:
My husband and I have owned a Nursery Business for Over twenty years...Our name is NorthStar Nursery located in Moriches,Long Island,NY. We set up an appointment with Anthony of Dimeo Farms on our way home from a trade show last week. It was such a pleasure to speak and deal with Anthony. He was very knowledgeable and patient.
|On Aug 8, 2011, asa3rodriguez Paulsboro, NJ wrote:
Our experience was great! From the initial making of the appointment, Anthony DiMeo III was very helpful. He explained the different variety of the plants they have and what to expect when we arrived.
|On Aug 8, 2011, Pitcom Avondale, PA (Zone 6b) wrote:
Posted on August 8, 2011, updated August 8, 2011
On May 10th, 2011, Pitcom changed the rating from positive to neutral and added the following:
These plants have not taken to the uprooting and shipping at all. Most of the plants look like barren sticks. It is now almost mid-may and all of my non-Dimeo blueberry bushes are showcasing beautiful foliage, where as the largest leaf on the Dimeo plants are no larger than a dime. ALL of the leaf buds that were on the plants that i received turned brown, and there has been no leaf growth. the two Chandler's i got look like they will all but die, they do not have 1 leaf anywhere on them. The 3 heirloom plants i got, also have about 3 leaves each on them. Four of the plants t, went to a friend, who added these to his existing blueberry garden. They as well look like sticks with 6 leaves being the most on any 1 plant. I just bought beautiful 4 foot bushes from Happy Valley in NJ, for 15$ and next to the Dimeo plants they look like filet compared to chopped liver. My soil sports a ph of 4.7 and my pre-existing early season blueberry bushes have wonderful foliage and berries on them. In all fairness I am going to leave my review as Neutral and give the plants a full growing season to see how the turn out. Two of the plants had 4-6 flowers on them, which i pulled off in hopes to encourage root growth. I will cross my fingers and hope for the best.
On August 8th, 2011, Pitcom changed the rating from neutral to negative and added the following:
These turned out to be a horrible investment. Of the 13 blueberry bushes we planted, 3 actually look like they may be worth keeping. Many of the tops of the twigs turned black with rot, and the leaves have all remained very small with no new growth. However, all of these twigs are being replaced this fall. For anyone considering spending money at Dimeo, do yourself a favor and go elsewhere. The videos, and hype about "premium" blueberry bushes, that Dimeo portrays in his videos is a complete and total scam. I tried to be positive with my reviews, especially in my first comment stating i was happy with the process. However, I would sooner tape a picture of a blueberry bush to a stick and plant that in my garden than one of these "not so premium" sticks that Dimeo sends out. Buyer beware, that is all i can say.
And by the way, I've seen 2 foot of growth from some of the other bushes I've purchased from other highly rated vendors here. and the bushes i purchased from HV. I'm so glad I did not place my entire blueberry purchase with Dimeo Farms.
On August 8th, 2011, Pitcom added the following:
Here are pictures of the premium bushes i received from Dimeo.
Here is a photo of a "Non-premium" blueberry bush I got from another vendor.
|On Aug 8, 2011, sjr10 State College, PA wrote:
Posted on May 11, 2011, updated August 8, 2011
On August 8th, 2011, sjr10 added the following:
Of the 10 plants I purchased 10 months ago, only 4 survived to produce green leaves this spring. Three had to be cut back and are barely 5 inches high now. Only one plant produced blueberries - a handful. The 5 dead ones were replaced with big bushy plants I bought at Lowes for half the price. So far, they are all doing quite well.
|On Jul 24, 2011, Justsayinisall Northampton, PA wrote:
Posted on July 24, 2011, updated July 24, 2011
On July 24th, 2011, Justsayinisall added the following:
Wow!! I hadn't read this before posting my review:
"" HATERS: In addition, our farm now has 2 online-based "mail order" plant competitors (and so far just one local plant competitor) who have, and continue to set up fake Dave's Garden profiles on this website in an intentional and malicious attempt to try to smear us with fake customer horror stories so they can have a chance at getting the business instead of our farm and nursery.
FACT: When you drive or fly out to tour our our farm and nursery operation, within the first 90 seconds of your visit, you will know that 100% of the fake negatives below are totally and completely false. WE ONCE AGAIN INVITE YOU TO DRIVE (or fly out) TO PERSONALLY TOUR OUR IMPRESSIVE OPERATION AND SEE THE DIFFERENCE FOR YOURSELF ""
I just want to say that I am not a "fake."
and also, "the farmer dost protest too much, methinks." ;)
|On Jul 22, 2011, kosteld Phillipsburg, NJ wrote:
Posted on November 17, 2010, updated July 22, 2011
On July 22nd, 2011, kosteld added the following:
In reading some of these post I believe that they have the wrong company. I just finished my first season in northern new jersey. We fought off the deer and had the biggest berries I ever seen. I have other older plants and these plants are great along with the service we recieved from the first phone call to picking our own plants from hundreds that were avaialable. I have so many people who want plants this fall that we plan on loading two trucks. make sure you listen to the planing instructions and then have plenty of recipes ready to go. DK
Note from the Garden Watchdog editors...It is the policy of the Watchdog that customers cannot publish multiple reviews under different usernames in order to manipulate a company's rating. The rating of this comment was written by the same user who posted as "doug5k" on November 21, 2011. Therefore, these reviews have been changed from a positive to neutral rating so they will not affect the overall ratings given by customers.
|On Jul 11, 2011, Subversive Monson, MA wrote:
Posted on July 4, 2011, updated July 11, 2011
On July 4th, 2011, Subversive added the following:
Well, maybe they are different varieties. But they look sooo much like each other right now. These plants are said to be only 5-6 years old, and perhaps their youth combined with the shock of being planted forced them into an early fruiting cycle or something, as they are all three too early. Like I said, when I see the leaf colors, I will have a better idea. Reka, Chandler, and Aurora should have red/burgundy, wine/orange, and deepred/wine leaves, respectively. Once I know for sure, I will update my rating to positive or negative.
On July 11th, 2011, Subversive changed the rating from neutral to positive and added the following:
For at least the time being, I am going to upgrade to positive, as although the plants all started fruiting at the same time, it does seem as if they are establishing different personalities now. I'll update again in the fall once I see the leaves. For now, I'm just going to enjoy the fresh blueberries.
|On Jul 9, 2011, barrysales Danville, PA wrote:
I called in late june asking if it is too late to order blueberries. The person that answered said "no we ship blueberry plants all summer long". I order blueberry plants and 2 weeks later had a call on my answering machine that said they will not ship plants until it is below 85degrees. I called up a week later and left a message. No return I called 4 days later and the person who answered was very rude and told me they decide when to send plants and no one else. I asked if Icould get my money back and he said no, we don't give money back!. Maybe in October when I get my berry plants I'll feel better about this but not now!!
|On Jun 27, 2011, danvec Collings Lakes, NJ wrote:
BUYERS BEWARE!!! I am a real "dissatisfied" customer.......
|On Jun 19, 2011, alilqtinvegas Black River Falls, WI wrote:
Posted on May 1, 2011, updated June 19, 2011
On June 19th, 2011, alilqtinvegas added the following:
I am happy to report that I have beautiful blueberries growing on the blueberry bushes that I planted early last month. The berries are well formed and abundant for being transplanted just this spring. I did not lose a single plant after planting. Although I received them during an unexpected blizzard and freeze, I placed them in buckets of wet peat moss until I could plant them. Approximately two weeks passed before I could plant (due to two feet of snow fall). I would have to say the plants are very hardy! Customer service may not be the very best, but the plants are. I am ordering more for the fall.
|On Jun 19, 2011, Jrawitz Otis, MA wrote:
I decided I wanted to pick up my plants in person. I was driving to the farm on a friday afternoon and because of traffic I was an hour late. I know I was the last visitor of the day and was worried they might leave. Anthony was great. I was in constant contact with Anthony who told me no problem he would wait for me. When I arrived I called and he came right down and patiently walked me through all the choices. I asked a million questions and he was happy to answer. Despite the late hour he stayed and talked about the farm.
|On Jun 17, 2011, Gardengnome22 Litchfield, OH wrote:
When dealing with the Dimeo's, I would be very careful. We ordered 100 blueberry bushes and twenty raspberry plants. We sent the check in full and received sad little twigs with very little root systems, wrapped in peat stuck in baggies, and never got the raspberry bushes. The plants were less than satisfactory and When we called the farm to complain we were told that we only paid for the blueberry bushes and that the raspberries were never figured in! Worst of all are shipping and handling costs were around 500.00 dollars. They were delivered by are regular mail carrier in two boxes that were about 3x bigger than a shoe box, with the shipping posted directly on the box which was around 38.00 dollars each. By handling they probably meant handling the money, laughing and sticking it in their pocket. Really do the math a couple handfuls of medium five dollars, plastic baggies ten dollars getting ripped off by Dimeo Blueberry farms PRICELESS!!! Oh and we also went through the same belittlement on the phone and talked to like little kids who were being punished. I am not a competitor but just another unsatisfied customer. Also think about this why would a successful business have a lawyer on speed dial and threaten customers with sueing them if they made any noise about being unsatisfied hmmm? Probably because the complaints are real and justifiable. Oh yeah and when we called back and wanted to ask specific instructions on caring for our tender plants we were asked, did you get the care instructions? We replied yes but(then cut off do you know how to read?) You got to be kidding me what ever happened to good old customer service?
|On Jun 11, 2011, yertle78 Bethlehem, PA wrote:
As a very beginner gardener, I decided I wanted to plant blueberries. After researching for a company to buy blueberry plants from (and all about how to grow blueberries), I found Dimeo. I came here and read all of the negative comments about shipping and unfriendly customer service, but I wanted to form an opinion for myself. I scheduled an appointment to come and visit the farm to talk with them in person about growing blueberries. After my 2 hour trek from PA, I arrived at the farm a little early, and Anthony yelled to me from a window that he would be right down. About 10 minutes later, he yelled down to me again to "go find one of my guys." I looked around the farm and finally found Juan. I started to ask Juan all the questions I had about growing blueberries and the types of blueberries he would recommend. Juan told me to wait for Anthony. Finally Anthony came down and was very rude to me, ridiculing me for bringing "a competitor's chart." (I brought it so I could understand what they were talking about, but I never got to explain that because he went on to ridicule me some more about how I was like every other customer, wanting the same thing... ) He was very rude to me and did not want to spend time explaining anything to me. He told me that he would pick out some plants for me. He did help me choose 2 early, 2 mid season, and 1 late and showed me how beautiful the berries were. (They really are.) But he did not want to explain the varieties I had picked out. He did not want to answer any of my questions, saying that I wanted what everyone else wanted. (I really wanted to know how to grow them, how to protect them from the winter, how to prune it so it makes a hedge, what color the leaves will be in the fall, what color the flowers will be in the spring, which ones would be best suitable for the harsh winter, etc.) He did not have time to spend the time with me I had thought, especially after reading the description on here. He briefly explained how to plant them. (He was nice about that part.) However, I am a brand new gardener and have no idea what I am doing. I planted my blueberries in the garden today, and I am praying that they grow. I think that this company is good for people who know what they are doing, but how busy he must be, Anthony does not have time for novices like me. It is not like the family farm businesses I know, where you get a warm, welcoming, and caring feeling. I drove 2 hours to pick up these plants so I did buy 9 plants to make my time worthwhile, but I think if I would have to do it over again, I would buy from someone that could spend the time with me to explain things in detail to me. I was very excited about growing blueberry bushes, but the whole buying process was really disappointing, and who knows whether the plants themselves will stay as pretty as I bought them. If these plants actually make it, I want to go buy more because their plants are that gorgeous (and organic) but I am afraid to go back because of how Anthony treated me. Nobody should feel that way about a business. I just want others to be warned that this family owned business is very busy and does not want to deal with people who don't know anything about growing blueberries. But, if you know how to get their plants to grow, doing business with them would be worth it because their plants are so awesome!
|On Jun 10, 2011, kittykooper San Diego, CA wrote:
Posted on June 10, 2011, updated June 10, 2011
On June 10th, 2011, kittykooper added the following:
Please visit my home page where you can view actual photo of DiMeo Blueberry Farm premium blueberry plants.
|On Jun 3, 2011, LuckyJ Moville, IA wrote:
Posted on May 12, 2011, updated June 3, 2011
On April 28th, 2011, LuckyJ added the following:
I just read the previous comment and find it very hard to believe - I purchased only 5 plants and was treated very well -My purchase with shipping happened to be $78.00 - but, I will be spending more of my hard earned dollars with this company - simply, because they earned my business.
On May 12th, 2011, LuckyJ added the following:
Just an update on the blueberry bushes I bought - they are absolutely awesome - they have taken root and growing extremely well. Lots and lots of flowers. I don't understand the negative comments on this site??? I will continue to update this post as the season progresses. So far... 100% satisfaction on this end.
On June 3rd, 2011, LuckyJ added the following:
Berries are starting to form on all of my blueberry bushes!!!!
Plants are healthy!!!! I still say this was a great investment and feel that all the negativity on this post is hard to believe.
|On May 28, 2011, SnortPiggy wrote:
|On May 27, 2011, Ferraez Dunellen, NJ wrote:
After reading many many reviews, about countless blueberry mail order web sites, I decided to give DiMeo a shot. DiMeo had the most positive reviews and the negative ones were about customer service, for the most part, and not about the blueberry plants. Most of the other mail order companies’ negative reviews were about the product. After much research from various NJ state web sites, as well as many gardening websites, I was able to make the decision that blueberry plants would work in my area. I knew how much space I had and, based on the research I had done, knew how many plants I could plant. I also knew what kind of soil was preferred and what I would have to do to make soil close to the recommendations. So THEN I decided to call DiMeo Farms. The guy (Mr. DiMeo) answered the phone, I told him I was looking to come down to look at the farm and pick up some blueberry bushes. I was sure that after I told him how many I wanted that the tone of the conversation would change for the worse, but it didn’t. I told him I was looking for the minimum order (5) and he said no problem. We set a time for later that week. I arrived at DiMeo farms and Mr. DiMeo was in the field with a worker, he waived us over to the parking spot. He was very nice to my wife and myself and answered all questions we had, as this was our first planting we had ever done. In the time we were with Mr. DiMeo he must have had 5-6 phone calls from the web site, WHILE he was with us. Mr. DiMeo himself answers the phone as much as possible and tries to answers as many questions as he can while at the same time take care of the customer that is in front of him. That’s hard to do no matter who you are. I think this is where most of the “customer service” issues come from. But after being there and seeing what goes on from the other end of the phone, I give DiMeo credit for trying. The DiMeo family takes pride in their farm, and family, as is obvious by the farm itself. The place is very kid friendly (were planning a trip there with our 3 kids later this year). Old tractors that are restored for the kids to play on and a picking patch for kids with honey sticks just for them. What DiMeo farms is not is a Wal-Mart where the customer is always right no matter what. I really appreciate the fact that I got straight to the point answers, and a great product. I’ll take that over great customer service from a person that has very limited experience but a nice way about them any day. The DiMeo’s are farmers, not sales reps. Could he have been nicer sounding over the phone with longer more politically correct answers? Yes, but, Remember, this is New Jersey you are calling (no offence! Lol). I am from Mississippi and needless to say that people in NY, NJ are different, but that does not make them bad people, just different personality wise. I would highly recommend DiMeo farms to anyone. They genuinely care about their business and their first priority is the plants. We ended up getting 5 six year old blueberry bushes, 3 raspberry, 3 blackberry, 3 gooseberry even though we only came for 5 three year old blueberry plants. The place is great. I also find it very amusing that some of the Dave’s garden moderators think that because a review is positive and personal that something must be “shady”. I am a real customer, feel free to contact me and I’ll show you my new garden.
|On May 24, 2011, maland Delaware City, DE wrote:
18 bushes and they are unbelievable. Thanks well worth the drive!!
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|On May 24, 2011, LikkaLogga Charleston, SC wrote:
Unfortunately I did not read the above reviews before purchasing from Dimeo Farms. I spoke with an individual at Dimeo Farms about how I was wanting to plant a Blueberry hedgerow in my back yard. I didn't really know how many plants I would need, but he told me that I should figure the spacing at 2' between plants, so I came up with 20 plants for my hedgerow. I asked him what types would be best for my area and asked about cross-pollination. He said they'd give me different varieties that are suited for my area.
|On May 19, 2011, dwang0725 Ridgewood, NJ wrote:
|On May 18, 2011, jennifer1221 Philadelphia, PA wrote:
An EXCELLENT farm and nursery -- nice family business!! Worth checking out! Beautiful berry plants.
|On May 17, 2011, StaceyMAYNE Thurmont, MD wrote:
Posted on May 17, 2011, updated May 17, 2011
On May 17th, 2011, StaceyMAYNE added the following:
I am sorry for the previous comment"Scam Artist" and retract my statement made about Mr. DiMeo, I was speaking out of the frustration of the situation. Please disregard this statement. Thank you.
On May 17th, 2011, StaceyMAYNE added the following:
As it is only an opinion and not a "true" statement
|On May 16, 2011, paperdoll53 Hudson Falls, NY wrote:
About 2 weeks ago, I started searching the internet for ORGANIC blueberry bushes. Organic is very important to me so that part is vital. I found numerous sites but was attracted to Dimeo Blueberry Farms because of the extensive information about their plants with videos, etc. I emailed them and told them where I lived and that I had no clue on what type to buy. I received a phone call that very day which surprised me. They were very helpful. Gave me a price for the plants I wanted. I sent a check the next day and once they received the check, I got another call, telling me they had received the check and that the plants would be shipped out the following Wed. I received them this past Friday. In the rain, on Sat., I planted them after following their enclosed instructions, including taking a soil sample down to one of my local nursaries to test for the Ph level.
|On May 16, 2011, skidbump Hyde Park, NY wrote:
I contacted Via email and he called me the next night.He responded within 2 days Via email with prices and shipping.We spoke 3 time on the phone before i sent my check and he shipped about a week after he got my check.
|On May 15, 2011, jldoddy Saylorsburg, PA wrote:
I want to say how delighted I was when I received my blueberry plants. I ordered eight plants and when they arrived they were with blossom and very healthy. My experience on the whole with the DiMeo group was excellent. They guaranteed my plants and I was told to call if I had any concerns. They were patient with my many questions and returned my emails and call in a very timely manner. I look forward to the maturing of my new plants and with delight to future purchases from the DiMeo Blueberry Farms & Nursery.
|On May 14, 2011, Deervalleyfarm East Durham, NY (Zone 5a) wrote:
I have been gardening fruits, berrys and veggies for about 40 years. My grandfather grew all his own and taught me all about growing and processing your own food...He never had blueberry plants tough. I started planting them about 10 years ago.. I bought blueberry plants from just about everbody over the years(50+) for about $15 each and today I have only 3 very small plants to show for all my effert....
|On May 12, 2011, eimaj Cherry Hill, NJ wrote:
We had a great time buying our blueberry plants. My kids enjoyed free honey sticks as well as climbing on beautiful, red farm tractors. I am not yet much of a gardener, but I look forward to enjoying the fruit of the blueberry plants. The directions are easy to follow and all information is on the website. It seems pretty simple to do.
|On May 12, 2011, love_my_garden2 Andover, NJ wrote:
Negative doesn't even describe how bad my experience has been with this company. I am not one to leave reviews or bad mouth anyone, especially a family owned business in this economy! The farm itself may be a wonderful place, although I wouldn't support them after the way I was treated. The main reason I am providing this review is to inform others who are planning on having plants shipped to them and may have to deal with the owner himself! This was my experience from last spring, please be careful if you plan to order from this company!
|On May 10, 2011, sspinney Reading, MA wrote:
I researched the internet for a long time trying to find the best quality blueberry plants that I could use for replacing my damaged plants from our previous winter. I found DiMeo Farms online and decided to call and talk with them about there plants. When I called I talked with Anthony DiMeo live and he was very helpful in suggesting what type of plants I should use for my area in Massachusetts. After watching a few you tube videos I saw the the quality of the mature blueberry plants and called back and spoke to Anthony about ordering these mature plants.
|On May 5, 2011, foobar1946 Thorofare, NJ wrote:
Posted on February 16, 2011, updated May 5, 2011
On May 5th, 2011, foobar1946 added the following:
This farm is simply THE BEST. I just mail ordered 5 thornless raspberry plants. They just arrived and we were so impressed once again. They are multi-branched, have nice thick established cane, a huge hair ball of healthy well covered and protected roots and the farm also put detailed planting instructions and farmer tips in with our plants. DiMeo continues to go way beyond and above any expectations.
We will definitely be ordering from you all again. Great friendly customer service and well worth the price we paid. We once again HIGHLY RECOMMEND this operation. A+++
|On May 5, 2011, Newfarmer001 Eudora, KS wrote:
Posted on May 5, 2011, updated May 5, 2011
On May 5th, 2011, Newfarmer001 added the following:
The postman left my plant orders in the open sun, which didn't help. But I have ordered many times from companies online and my orders have been guaranteed. When I called Dimeo farms they didn't take any responsibility for it and the order wasn't insured. I felt I paid a high price for shipping and handling that it should have been insured.
|On May 4, 2011, cycloneet Rocky Point,
United States wrote:
DiMeo Blueberry Farm
|On May 4, 2011, lukesteckel Sparks Glencoe, MD wrote:
I bought twenty plants last fall and the company said they would ship when they were ready to plant. they arrived way to early in the season and the week I put them in was 90+ degrees. Like required on their website, I emailed within the three days of reciept with my concern. Multiple emails were not returned. The plants burned despite constant attention, but i waited till now to see if the root structure saved them. 20 plants, 4 survived. When I called to explain, the rude man read off the website about no guarantee for live plants, blah, blah, blah. We run an organic farm and have never had a plant supplier not replace plants, no questions asked. We are not rookies at planting. We knew they were to early and this company won't honor that mistake on their part. Strongly do not recommend the bad practices of this company.