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|On May 29, 2007, phballou Roslindale, MA wrote:
I ordered about 8 tomato (and 1 tomatillo) plants from this company in early spring. They arrived in mid-May just about when I started wondering where they were. They were securely packaged, although the plants were a little small. They had to sit through a long weekend of torrential rain before I could get their toes into the dirt, but they seemed pretty cheerful about the whole experience.
|On May 18, 2006, cjs3722 East Greenbush, NY wrote:
I was a little put off by your negative comments, but I had already placed my order. I e-mailed them to request sooner delivery as spring has come early here, and received a courteous, friendly reply. They said they were shipping all this week; I received my plants today. They were well-packaged and all but one look fine. I may be able to save that one too, its "iffy". They weren't pruned much, but I'd rather do that myself anyway. In all, I can't say anything negative about Krackin this time. My order was a small one, but I was treated as well as if I spent lots more money. cjs
|On Jun 26, 2005, hts Sayre, PA wrote:
I ordered 19 pepper plants and received them well packed and in good condition. They were a little spindly but they all are doing well now. One variety was especially small - chiltepin- and I emailed my concern. I was told that this plant grows slowly and it will do well. It is doing very well to date although no flowers yet .
|On May 19, 2005, darter1234 North Bend, OH wrote:
I ordered 11 heirloom tomato plants from Krackin in April. The prices were good as were the selections. After reading reviews here, I was a bit concerned that I made a mistake.
|On Apr 19, 2005, fcusna75 Pensacola, FL wrote:
Very timely response to my on-line order. The plants were good size, packed securely and in good health. Very good labelling as I ordered numerous different tomato plants. A rewarding experience.
|On Feb 7, 2005, Rosamaris Sandown, NH wrote:
I've had nothing but good luck with Krackin Premium plants, they arrived heathy and large, very securely packed (with a yard or two of tape even). Did so well in my garden last year I had a bumper crop of tomatoes, despite the extremely long, cold and wet spring.
|On May 31, 2004, embalmer Adel, GA wrote:
I ordered six tomato plants from this company and waited for a month and a half to receive them. I emailed them asking the status of my shipment when they told me that it must have gotten lost in the mail. They asked if I would like another order to be shipped the next day or a refund. I told them I wanted my order and it arrived a few days later in good condition. I found the Gardener's Watchdog after I had placed my original and figured that I had been duped by a scam company but they made good on their promise so I have to give them credit for doing so in a timely and professional manner. Maybe they have changed their ways and more of us will feel better about using them.
|On May 20, 2004, edsmed wrote:
I ordered 24 Thai pepper plants that were packaged very nicely and the pepper plants were in wonderful condition.Good color,size and in good health.
|On Jun 1, 2003, bermes wrote:
Having discovered this website after placing my first order to Krackin (for 32 plants, tomatos, peppers, eggplant and tomatillos), I was greatly concerned about what it was that would be showing up in the mail. My order arrived in two parts over two days and my concerns were unfounded. The quality of the plants overall conformed to my expections from past orders from other vendors and some of the plants were of an even higher quality. I would have liked to have had them available for planting 10 days ago, but that is a minor issue and the weather can be a factor in when plants can be harvested and shipped.