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|On May 16, 2017, cosmyccowboy Thomasville, GA wrote:
i ordered 25 2 yr old asparagus crowns in nov 2016 for spring 2017 delivery. due to rain and more rain in the spring it was may when i got my crowns! they returned every call and answered every email in those months and kept me up to date as to the status! i got them midday on a friday, immediately put them in a 5 gallon bucket of water and they were in the ground a couple hours later! i had shoots coming out of the ground by monday afternoon! i will recommend them to anyone wanting asparagus!!
|On Nov 21, 2016, 11bigspringsgap Nashville, TN wrote:
A+++ purchased 50 - 3 year - Heirloom Asparagus crowns.
|On Apr 22, 2016, rdtjr05 Franklin, TN wrote:
Unlike the other commenters, my order was for ramps. Ordered last week. Received a courtesy call a couple days later to let me know the ramps might not be up yet so it could be a couple of weeks. I called right back because I forgot to make sure they were sending ramps for planting, not for eating. Answered my question. A couple days ago I got a USPS notice that the plants were being shipped and I picked them up yesterday. Happy with what I received. I probably will order more next spring.
|On Nov 10, 2015, JackRabbit107 Rockford, IL wrote:
Our Spring came fast and I was not ready to plant Asparagus so I placed and order for Fall shipping. Sept came and I was worried that our Asparagus Order would not arrive. I called and my worry was removed once it was explained to me on how the Asparagus roots are harvested and shipped from the Asparagus Farm. I was told that Mother Nature determines when the Asparagus orders are shipped. First, the temperature must cool down so the roots are not damaged by intense heat from the summer. Second, if it rains the Asparagus can not be harvested if soil is to wet. So I waited patiently. Called again in a couple of weeks and that evening was emailed a Tracking Number. The wait was well worth it. The Asparagus roots arrived big mature, clean, healthy ready to plant. I planted in two days. In about 3 1/2 weeks all were above ground. I will harvest big spear early Spring. Everyone in our neighbors has stopped to asked about my Asparagus garden. Thank you Asparagus Gardener - Farm for the most wonderful roots. Sorry if I was not patient. Just did not know that Mother Nature planted such an important factor in harvest the roots.
|On Nov 10, 2015, englishbulldog1 Machesney Park, IL wrote:
I am a long time gardener and wanted to plant a new Asparagus patch. I planted 50 Asparagus (Heirloom). Here's what happened:
|On Apr 27, 2015, scarby Grovertown, IN wrote:
I ordered 25 2 year old asparagus crowns from them. After I placed my order, I sent a couple emails explaining that I was putting them in a raised bed and asked how big I should make it. They emailed me back the next day giving me a couple examples that would work. They were very helpful and stated to email them back if I ever needed more help. I would not hesitate to order from them again!
|On Jan 9, 2015, shannmike North San Juan, CA wrote:
Posted on January 8, 2015, updated January 9, 2015
On January 9th, 2015, shannmike changed the rating from negative to positive and added the following:
Well, it's been one day after my comment that I posted yesterday...and it seems that making my comments have helped to resolve my dilemma...Hallelujah!...Rose Hembrook has responded and given me a full refund today!...I am so happy, and all is forgiven between all involved...It seems their farm was closed until Spring, and I was never notified of that fact... and that was the reason for the delay in payment...All in all, I am very happy today...Thank you Rose...I wish and hope the very best for you and your business*...
|On Apr 22, 2014, TnLinda Sparta, TN wrote:
I was a little Leary of buying from Asparagus Gardener after reading some of the reviews, but I believe in giving everyone the benefit of doubt.
|On Apr 1, 2013, goforthexpress Spencer, TN wrote:
I have never seen crowns this big. I got 25 crown that filled the box. Suprized the post office allowed this box to be shipped. I spoke with Chris he is the best there ever was. I got strawberry plants and elephant garlic that I could not kill. Im good at killing plants. My family are enjoying asparagus spears the same year we planted them. Wow this is better than sliced bread. Looks like the strawberry plant have flowers all over them. 100 % HAPPY. Thankyou Chris and the team at Asparagusgardener.com truley an Americen family run company with a personal touch. See you next year. Thanks goforthexpress. GA
|On Sep 22, 2011, hacendada Marshall, NC wrote:
When I received the 3 year-old crowns this spring, I was quite disappointed. They didn't look like the ones in their website.
|On May 20, 2010, cbrand Slidell, LA wrote:
Posted on May 11, 2010, updated May 20, 2010
On May 20th, 2010, cbrand changed the rating from negative to positive and added the following:
On May 15, Ireceived a refund of 60 dollars for the unshipped asparagus plants. My question about their business practices has been answered...Asparagus plants are growing and Aparagus Gardener is BONAFIDE...
|On Dec 20, 2009, joeworm11 Eugene, OR wrote:
I ordered 24, 2-year-old asparagus crowns and 1 bag of asparagus garden tea in early 2009 from the Asparagus Gardener. I had a few questions about them before purchasing and Rose replied within 24 hours each time. I also changed my initial order and Rose had no problem with updating it. There was one error in the pricing confirmation email however. I had been charged twice for asparagus garden tea. I let Rose know this and asked her to just send me two bags instead of one. She agreed to do this.
|On Mar 26, 2007, bookworm28 Houston, TX (Zone 9a) wrote:
Waiting to receive an order. I'll post back when I get it. Great information given ahead of time on how to plant the asparagus, onions and garlic.
On April 14th, 2007, bookworm28 changed the rating from neutral to positive and added the following:
The order came a bit late - but the spring weather this year has hit TN as well as most of us east of the Rockies very hard. The order wasn't filled right the first time (missing but a few plants),but after an email, it was corrected and now all the promised plants have come and are in the ground. They look great - wonderful thick asparagus roots (2 yr old and much bigger than most that come at 1 yr.), beautiful elephant garlic and cadawissa and walking onions (similar to each other but not the same). Info and instructions from her was exceptional. A real person - not a corporation. Just what I was looking for!
|On Mar 21, 2007, ntemplet Blacksburg, VA wrote:
I just sent in an order to Asparagus Gardener after much research. I emailed back and forth with Rose several times and she always was very prompt and helpful in her replies. I am expecting to get excellent plants from her and feel confident that she will be exceedingly helpful should I have questions later on.
|On Jan 28, 2007, stephaniadawn Agra, OK wrote:
is the best coustomer servise that i have ever had. i have not ordered from yet, but when time comes to plant, is here that i will order.