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|On Oct 13, 2017, esedgwick Tallahassee, FL wrote:
The plants arrived healthy; they are small tissue cultures, but this accurately noted on their website.
On Oct 13, 2017, Wellspring Gardens responded with:
"On Oct 14, 2017 9:46 AM, Wellspring Gardens responded with:
Hello, the "styrofoam" you are referring to is actually perlite, made from volcanic glass, it's 100% natural and safe for use in the garden. Perlite is used widely in the gardening industry to help potting soil from becoming compacted, allowing for better drainage yet at the time, helping with moisture retention. If you have concerns or questions about our products, please message us directly. Thanks!"
|On Aug 3, 2016, rann35 Macon, GA wrote:
Ordered plants from them before on ebay usually with good luck. Ordered again this year. One plant was half dead. Contacted seller who said water it with distilled water and it'll come out of it in a few weeks. It died.
On Aug 3, 2016, Wellspring Gardens responded with:
"On Aug 3, 2016 4:47 PM, Wellspring Gardens responded with:
No, that was not the goal. You didn't fully unwrap your plant, which is why it was unable to recover. "
|On Apr 28, 2014, gandyman33 Saint Louis, MO wrote:
I recently purchased several plants from Wellspring Gardens via Ebay. I have purchased from Wellspring Gardens in the past so I knew from experience what to expect - small but healthy plants. The plants I received were all very small but healthy with the exception of one of the plants (Tophat Blueberry Bush). I ordered two bushes in an effort to increase yield once the bushes were established, one was fine the other not so (it was so tiny and fragile). I contacted Wellspring via email regarding the runt/twig I received and promptly received a reply that there was nothing they could do regarding this plant because "the size is as advertised. All of our plants are between 3 and 8 inches as per the ad."
On Apr 28, 2014, Wellspring Gardens responded with:
"On Apr 28, 2014 3:07 PM, Wellspring Gardens responded with:
Hello, We are sorry you were not happy with your plant however, the picture we received of the Tophat looked great, it was full and lush and the size was as advertised it just wasn't as large as the other blueberry that was sent. The other blueberry plant that the Tophat is being compared to was actually larger than we advertise. All of our plants are starter size and are between 3 and 8 inches in height. -Wellspring Gardens"