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|On Oct 17, 2017, mcsnail Chicago, IL wrote:
Posted on October 16, 2017, updated October 17, 2017
On October 17th, 2017, mcsnail changed the rating from negative to neutral and added the following:
I got a call from Rachael. Evidently, I was given someone else's tracking number--even though my order had not shipped. I was promised that my bulbs would ship now (a month after the stated shipping time). I like the company, the people, and the products--but I wonder if they have taken on more business than they are equipped for. During the time that I was waiting for a response about their mistake--and my $100 + order that seemed to have fallen into a black hole--I received 3 promotional e-mails from them--advertising new products and soliciting more business. It was a little annoying.
|On Apr 16, 2017, Shane_Wilson09 Waxahachie, TX wrote:
I am a beginning gardener. I bought ~$100 in bulbs from Easytogrowbulbs in two orders. Orders were shipped fairly fast.
|On Feb 24, 2017, no_regrets San Diego, CA wrote:
Posted on March 17, 2008, updated February 24, 2017
On February 24th, 2017, no_regrets changed the rating from positive to neutral and added the following:
I am a very faithful customer of Easy to Grow Bulbs, and place an order of ~$100 at least twice a year. Over time, I've noticed their prices have gone up, the quality of their products has declined slightly, and shipping costs are no longer competitive. I understand the cost of shipping is beyond their control, but somehow, it seems that there are many other bulb companies out there who are managing somehow. Longfield, for example, offers free shipping with a $50 order (even though their product prices are a bit higher). Easy to Grow Bulbs offers free shipping with a $125+ order, and I remember it used to be less. I used to be bowled over by the diversity and quality of Easy to Grow Bulbs, but not so much anymore; it is still very good, vastly better than the big box stores, but just not as great as it used to be. Sometimes the bulbs arrive a little old, already sprouting and sometimes mushy; the bearded iris rhizomes used to be the size of softballs, with 3+ fans, and are now more like a piece of ginger root. And the prices are up. Not by a ton, but between the combination of the more mediocre product, higher prices, and shipping rates, I've found myself diversifying a bit more when it comes to my bulb purchases.
|On Jun 28, 2016, mwieder Beachwood, OH wrote:
Ordered over $100 worth of bulbs from them.
|On May 25, 2015, RandyLahey Cleveland, OH wrote:
First time customer of Easy To Grow. I decided to pick up some Australia cannas from them since they are one of the few vendors who have them and are very reputable. I picked up 12 bulbs and one bareroot hardy geranium. The bulbs were what I expected and looked nice and healthy. I was able to rototill and plant them the day after arrival. At just over a month later, only 5 of the 12 have sprouted. The geranium has yet to show any signs of life either. I had ordered more of the same type of canna from Longfield about a week after I received my bulbs from Easy and 13 out of 15 of those bulbs have sprouted now. The 2 that haven't sprouted yet had damaged stems from removing them from packaging. The speed at which my newer set of bulbs came up has me concerned that the rest of the bulbs from Easy that haven't sprouted will not. Overall, I'm fairly disappointed, but I'll give it more time before a final review
|On Jul 5, 2013, Fatbun East Richmond Heights, CA wrote:
I ordered amaryllis bulbs from ETGB for the first time this spring and the shipping was very quick with excellent packaging. The sale price was very good at $5-6/bulb and the bulbs arrived healthy looking. I was rather pleased with the purchase. Well, the free bulb pack, I think liatris (?), was too dried up to grow though since none showed any sign of life after planting.
|On Oct 6, 2012, biggfurrydogz Auburn,
United States wrote:
This would be Negative had it not been for the quality of the merchandise.
|On May 10, 2012, bloom79 Arlington, MA wrote:
Posted on April 17, 2012, updated May 10, 2012
On April 17th, 2012, bloom79 added the following:
I made a mistake when I stated all the plants did not sprout, the peonies did sprout and are very nice.
The tulips, crocus and oxalis did not sprout. Hence I am leaving this negative.
On May 10th, 2012, bloom79 changed the rating from negative to neutral and added the following:
Updating to Neutral as Jill from Easy to Grow Bulbs got in touch with me. She has promised to credit the bulbs that did not sprout. Will update review once the bulbs arrive and do well.
|On Mar 11, 2009, Chesterfield Duxbury, MA wrote:
I ordered dahlia tubers and glad bulbs from the company this winter. The glad bulbs arrived in great shape, along with a free packet of gift bulbs that were also in great condition.
|On Apr 25, 2006, SnoopyPuppy Arlington, TX wrote:
I ordered 3 bags of Ranunculus Rainbow Mix (order number 3513) on July, 2005. Compared to those sold at Lowes, HD, or other online stores, Easytogrowbulbs' Ranunculus bulbs were big, but in all fairness, they were not 7+ cm (or 2.7+ inches) as advertised. The customer service was impeccable. I received my order within 3 days. It was very hot in Texas during the summer. So Easytogrowbulbs advised me storing the bulbs in a cool place. I followed their advice. I planted the bulbs in the second week of Jan, 2006. It is now the end of April, 2006. Of the 30 bulbs I planted, only 9 of them grew and are now blooming. So, I am kind of disappointed. That is the only reason that keeps me from returning to Easytogrowbulbs. I am very impressed with their services, but not with their products.