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|On Jun 11, 2009, rosie29 Great Barrington, MA wrote:
This is my first experience with Blossom Farm and it exceeded expectations. The herbs I ordered were larger than I expected for the price, in perfect health, and arrived 4 days after I placed the order. So far, they are flourishing. I recommend this nursery.
|On Sep 12, 2008, Moonglow Corte Madera, CA wrote:
The wonderful people we find online!
|On Jun 9, 2008, jlittle4 Murray, KY wrote:
excellent and fast service. I will definately look to them for additional purchases.
|On Aug 6, 2007, chriscoli Silver Spring, MD (Zone 6b) wrote:
I just ordered several plants from this company, and I am thrilled with them! They shipped quickly, they were packed very carefully and arrived in good shape, and they were larger plants than I expected for the price. I am so happy with my purchase! I'll definitely use them again!
|On May 7, 2007, brigidlily Lumberton, TX (Zone 8b) wrote:
Due to this winter's weird weather, shipping of the seven plants I'd ordered was delayed, but they kept in touch with me the entire time. One of the plants was unavailable, and they refunded the money and a little more immediately. The plants (and packet of seeds) arrived healthy and hardy and packaged quite well. Entirely happy with the plants and the experience with these folks, and I would order from them again without hesitation.
|On Apr 26, 2007, figaro52 Lakes of the Four Seasons, IN (Zone 5a) wrote:
I'm so glad I found Blossom Farm! I ordered a pink prickly pear cactus, a paprika yarrow, and a giant pussy willow. All arrived yesterday looking very healthy. I'm particularly excited about the cactus as these are not always easy to find. And this was so nicely shaped, too! All plants were packaged to ensure that the soil would remain moist during shipment. Gayle does a great job, and she seems to offer many rare and unusual ornamental plants. I'll certainly order from her again -- and again!
On May 16th, 2007, figaro52 added the following:
These plants are extremely healthy. Could it be the unheated greenhouse at Blossom Farm?! Anyway, the prickly pear cactus is spouting at least a half dozen new pads. The paprika yarrow has buds, and the pussy willow is very healthy and growing very well. I'm amazed at how quickly these plants are progressing!
On August 18th, 2007, figaro52 added the following:
I just want to say that the plants I ordered in the spring have turned out to be FABULOUS! The pink prickly pear cactus even bloomed! I wasn't expecting this for another year or two. The paprika yarrow has been blooming non-stop and the pussy willow is full of lush new growth. This is a great little nursery!!
|On Oct 27, 2006, Nan SW, WI (Zone 4b) wrote:
Purchased an ornamental Oregano via ebay...late in the season so I wasn't sure what I'd get...what I got was a beautiful large and healthy plant, carefully packed..will buy again!
|On Jul 25, 2006, adadia Glenmoore, PA (Zone 6b) wrote:
About a month ago I decided to place a trial order with Blossom Farm based on their excellent rating. I ordered a clearance perennial collection and although it arrived in the full heat of summer and I planted everything in the middle of a heat wave, I've not lost a single plant, mainly due to how healthy and well-developed the plants were when they arrived. The plants were cut back properly, packaged well, and still moist despite the weather. Shipment was prompt. The selection was very nice for a clearance "pot luck" sort of collection, and 6 of the 9 plants are blooming like crazy, as if they have been in the ground for a year rather than a month. Based on the prompt shipping, reasonable prices and healthy plants, I will definitely order from Blossom Farm again.
|On Jun 21, 2006, dmj1218 west Houston, TX (Zone 9a) wrote:
I ordered 5 mints in June, delivered to Houston Texas. They mailed on Monday and the mints arrived on Wednesday. All 5 were in great condition and packed where little to no shifting seemed to occur. I would reorder from them in the future.
|On Jun 9, 2006, taffyfleas Erie, PA wrote:
I ordered two (2) bay leaf trees and one (1) pennyroyal herb. All three plants arrived beautifully packaged and very secure within a USPS postal box. The plants were wrapped with both paper and rubber bands to protect the best position of the plant for shipping and to keep the soil from coming loose from the containers. This was my first time ordering on-line for any plants, but read some of the reviews on Dave's site. When I had questions about the shipping and care of the plants, Gayle was very prompt to email me back. She proved to be totally trustworthy and completely stands behind her site's claim for integrity. I will be ordering from Blossom Farms in the future. Recommended highly :)
|On May 27, 2006, caganil Sykesville, MD (Zone 6b) wrote:
I ordered 2 passiflora incarta plants and a hardy rosemary from them. The plants arrived well packed and healty. Only problem was that, there was a mix-up for passion flowers. The plants I received were not hardy for my zone (6b). I sent an e-mail to Gayle telling about my concern. We exchanged several e-mails on this issue. Since she did not have any "incarta" plants to send me at the time, she offered to refund my money and told me to keep the "mixed-up" plants also. I'm completely satisfied with the customer service they provided. I would order from them in the future.
|On May 16, 2006, yeoldhag Socorro, NM wrote:
I ordered 4 passionflower plants and one packet of seeds. The order arrived promptly. The 4 plants, in 4 inch square pots, fit tightly in the 8 inch square box, the pots could not move around inside the box. The potting soil was covered and no soil was outside the pots. The vine plants were very healthy. The seed packet came in its own small package, to keep it dry presumably. I like that detail a lot. A free catalog was included. Blossom will get more business from me in the future.
|On May 15, 2006, zville123 Zanesville, OH (Zone 6a) wrote:
I placed an order for several plants (sweet grass, vanilla grass, white sage, silver artemisia)...all, but the patchouli, arrived healthy and are thriving. I'm waiting for either a replacement plant or credit to my credit card for the patchouli. I notified Gayle within 48 hrs. of receiving the plants that the patchouli was in bad shape. She asked that I wait several days and update her as to it's condition. This I did...and at this point, the patchouli was at death's door. I will update this entry when the situation is resolved and change my rating to positive or negative.
On May 18th, 2006, zville123 changed the rating from neutral to positive and added the following:
I did receive a replacement patchouli plant that looks much healthier than the first. It came well packed with soil intact and moist.
|On Apr 5, 2006, maplemum Herndon, VA wrote:
I ordered some herbs and native flowers from this company a couple of years ago. All the plants were healthy and packaged very well. All but one took off in my garden, and the one that didn't survive was probably planted in too shady a location. I'd order from them again, and would recommend them to others living on the east coast, anyway.
|On Dec 17, 2005, QuietVoice Highland County, OH (Zone 6b) wrote:
I had originally ordered from this company because they had the Chocolate Mint I was looking for, and once I found out they had a $20 minimum order, it encouraged me to try some other things. I ordered Chocolate Mint, Cinnamon Basil and Roman Chamomile, along with a bar of their handmade soap.
On May 3rd, 2006, QuietVoice added the following:
Update 5/3/06: This is my second year, and I ordered seeds this time along with plants. The seeds were sent in plenty of time for early indoor sowing and I received the plants in time to put outdoors for my zone...which will be done shortly. They all arrived undamaged and thriving.
I appreciate the timely service and the wonderful selection. I found some much-wanted seeds I didn't expect to find through them, and my hen-n-chicks "cobweb", and two types of mint (apple and chocolate) are growing so fast in the windowsill that I need to hurry up and get them replanted! Happy customer here.
On Dec 17, 2005, Blossom Farm Perennials & Herbs responded with:
On Dec 18, 2005 11:01 AM, Blossom Farm Perennials & Herbs added:
Thank you quietvoice. You either love patchouli or hate it.
|On Dec 10, 2004, fuddrick norwich,
United Kingdom wrote:
just been look att this web site and think it has to be one best site looked at for ages in the USA
|On May 17, 2003, susan58 wrote:
I ordered on-line in Feb 2003, but never received anything, but my credit card was not charged. Called Blossom Farm today and spoke with Gayle (the proprietor) and she apologized for the order being misplaced. She took my order by phone and promises to ship on Monday. I will provide a follow up once I receive the items: Blue Mist Spirea, herbal soaps and essential oils. I really like there website with a huge plants data base with photos and cultural information. Great resource and enjoyable to browse.
|On Jan 21, 2003, donnley Charleston, WV wrote:
I ordered from them in the Spring of 2001. They have a great selection of plants. I received my order in a timely matter, but 2 plants were missing. After contacting the company, they were sent within the week with an apology. The plants were in great condition and a good size. Their prices were cheaper then. But I would still order from them.
|On Dec 4, 2001, ruby42 Cape May Court House, NJ (Zone 7a) wrote:
I ordered a few perennial's last March from them. I thought I placed my order early enough but it wasn't until July that I recieved my order. They were nice size and healthy but the service was very, very slow!!!!! I was happy with the plant's and will probably order again!
|On Nov 1, 2000, leslie_trapp wrote:
I've ordered from them twice. Nice, friendly service. Fast shipping, nice sized plants and healthy looking upon arrival. I'd deal with them again.
|On Jul 1, 2000, jonbricken wrote:
I purchased 6 types of plants; all arrived healthy and packaged to prevent damage. Prices were fair and plants were of good size.