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|On Aug 28, 2018, RoknRobin Denton, TX wrote:
I have had numerous beneficial transactions with Gary Pense. When I purchase in person, he always adds the secret sauce -knowledge of how to give the particular nursery stock its best chance of success. Combined with the healthiest, most vigorous plants I have ever purchased, at the fairest prices, the the most cordial of interactions, the most meticulous packing and speedy delivery of the most vigorous viable bramble root stock I have ever seen Boston Mountain Nursery is the best I have ever had the pleasure to do work business with. It has been well worth the scenic drive from at various times Harrison, Fayetteville and Fort Smith to see what is available for the year. It does happen from time to time sthat I may have to leave a telephone message while he is out tending to the nursery, but Gary has always gotten back to me. Boston Mountain Nursery is an Arkansas Jewel.
|On Nov 24, 2014, fiveestring Nashville, GA wrote:
I ordered some Prime Ark Freedom blackberry plants. They arrived exactly when promised and very wll packed and in good condition.
|On Jun 9, 2008, CarolineC Berwyn, PA wrote:
I planted 10 blueberry bushes from Boston Mountain Nurseries in late March. The plants arrived at the time I requested them. They all seem to be doing well. I keep debating between positive and neutral rating. Although their plants are healthy, communication is difficult because they don't seem to answer their phone, but do answer e-mail promptly. But it is a family farm, so I guess you wouldn't expect them to have the same kind of customer service as a big business. And their prices are lower than big companies, though you have to order in larger quantities.
|On Feb 1, 1997, EricZwerling wrote:
They have a very good selection of brambles, and blueberries, at very fair prices. They have some of the newest releases. I was very satisfied at how the plants arrived.