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|On Apr 21, 2008, eire154 Vicksburg, MS wrote:
I ordered some kiwis and a pomegranate. The plants came very fast and were in good shape. They all looked like little sticks but they have quickly put out leaves and are starting to grow. I have only had the plants for about a month but so far I am happy with my order.
|On Aug 6, 2007, tntalarcon Diamond, OH wrote:
I first ordered 6 blueberry bushes from this company. They were beautiful and are doing very well. Since I had such good luck I also ordered 12 raspberry bushes, 2 different varieties. They also were beautiful and healthy. All of the plants are flourishing, arrived quickly and were healthy. I would highly recommend using them again. I plan to order more this spring!
|On Jun 12, 2007, gornickmom Lake Zurich, IL (Zone 5a) wrote:
I ordered four blueberry bushes and a rhubarb plant. The plants came packed very nicely and shipped out quickly. The bushes are doing well, but the rhubarb shriveled up and died on me, I emailed the company and was promptly offered a credit or refund. I asked if I could be put on a list for next spring for a rhubarb plant (they were currently sold out ) and it was no problem. So, overall I am very happy with this company and will order from them again!!
|On Mar 22, 2007, gooley Hawthorne, FL (Zone 8b) wrote:
I ordered an assortment of plants: couple of the Danish variety elderberries (Samdal I think), couple seedling paw paws, an abutilon, a Chicago Hardy fig. The plants arrived today, well packed and in good shape, a bit small but good value for money, most of them just ready to move into larger pots. I'm very pleased.
|On Jan 13, 2007, SissyZ Ogle County, IL (Zone 5a) wrote:
Ordered 12 Heritage Raspberry plants in the middle of summer. They came two weeks later, big and healthy, with several berries on a few of the well-rooted plants!
|On Jun 28, 2006, magnaastra Charleston, IL (Zone 6a) wrote:
I ordered two 'Little Giant' blueberries last year, which apparently were dead on arrival; since they'd already sold out of that particular variety, Hartmann's promised to send replacements this year. I'd forgotten all about them, when, lo and behold, I found a box on my doorstep. It was just like Christmas in spring...two beautiful little plants, which are thriving! I will definitely order from these folks again!
|On Apr 7, 2006, Bec_No_Va Huntsville, AL (Zone 7b) wrote:
Just received Strawberries and Raspberries, they all look great, very quick delivery!
|On Jan 31, 2006, ludditewh Huntingdon, PA (Zone 6a) wrote:
Did a wholesale order with Hartmann's: plants very good, packaging excellent, shipping was prompt.
|On Jan 18, 2006, Gabrielle (Zone 5a) wrote:
I ordered 3 Stevia plants. One didn't arrive looking well and didn't thrive. They sent another out ASAP.
|On Jun 17, 2005, smilla Pittsburgh, PA (Zone 5b) wrote:
Ordered three blueberry seedlings - a very small order for this company, I would imagine, but it was shipped promptly, extremely well packed. The poor plants arrived during a very unexpected early June heatwave and sat on the porch partly in the sun for several hours, but when I unpacked them, they were still lush with moist soil, with no broken branches, and already some fledgling blueberries on them! All in all, I was VERY impressed with the service, and a good price. Thanks Hartmann's! I'd order from them again anytime.
|On May 9, 2005, bonnie59 Dundee, IL wrote:
Great well sized plants with good packing. Prices are good for the size plants received. Will order again from this company.
|On Dec 10, 2004, JOHNFREEMAN Seven Lakes, NC wrote:
Amazingly fast service and excellent plants.Company sells at wholesale prices if one orders a total of 100 plants per order.So their actinidias cost less than two dollars each.Raspberries were the best plants I have ever purchased.Hartman's sells many plants not commonly available and at great prices.
|On Jun 12, 2004, caf2461 wrote:
I picked up 15 bunchberry plants from Hartmann's a few weeks ago. The plants had strong root systems and were growing nicely in their containers. Bunchberry's are hard to come by so I was glad to find a source with reasonable pricing and shipping charges. I am tempted to try some of the mountain laurel next.....
|On Jul 1, 2003, dirte Tahlequah, OK wrote:
Ordered hardy kiwi and chicago hardy fig this spring-03---plants arrived healthy and are doing fine--best packaging I've seen, and best plants healthwise, I've ever ordered.
|On Mar 18, 2003, SamTunnell wrote:
I ordered raspberries (2 1/2 in pots), boysenberries (2 1/2 in pots) & blackberries (bareroot). They all arrived in great packaging & they have been in the ground only 2 weeks & are already flourishing. Out of a very large order, only 2 seem to be struggling. Would highly recommend & will definately order from again! A+
|On Jul 3, 2002, moonflowermania wrote:
Ordered Harty Kiwi which came in great packaging and very healthy... but they died. Company replacement policy is 3 weeks. This was 2 months later that they died and company replaced them without any aggravation. New plants have now arrived and are huge! Would definately to business with again.
|On Apr 24, 2002, erniewerner wrote:
Nobody knows more about blueberries than Hartmann's. They sell both wholesale and retail and the catalogs and recipe book are must reads if your contemplating growing blueberries.