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|On Jun 18, 2018, BlueRidgeMtnGrl Penrose, NC wrote:
We have bought seed mixes from them several times and were pleasantly surprised by how many flowers we had the first year. I plan on ordering more this fall as well as trying out their perennials, which are on sale right now.
|On Apr 26, 2014, dogshed Stockton, MO wrote:
4/26/14 Rec'd my order. I ordered 5 Hibiscus. I am very pleased. Came priority mail, in a box, each plant labeled, in their own bag with soil. Instructions included. Weather delayed shipping a couple of times. So without the weather involved, order came on time.
|On Apr 6, 2013, reeve1 Plano, TX (Zone 8b) wrote:
Just received my order and was pleasantly surprised. The Lupine and Foxglove were a little on the small side but the Astrantia and Artemesia Silver Mound were large and everything was healthy and in great condition. Items were well packaged and cared for. I will definitely order again. Thanks so much!
|On May 24, 2012, jknittel Hastings-on-Hudson, NY (Zone 6b) wrote:
I've been purchasing from Vermont Wild Flower Farm for several years now. My wild flowers a blooming and I had to give them a positive review. First off I get endless compliments about my flowers from my neighbors. I have also used them for daffodils and have had great results. I shop around on the Internet before purchasing and their prices are good. Their website is also very helpfull, filled with great tutorials. the site is well run, and they have always been quick to respond in my experience. On the one occasion a mistake was made they fixed it quickly.
|On May 22, 2012, stormcloud Yonkers, NY wrote:
Posted on April 24, 2012, updated May 22, 2012
On April 23rd, 2012, stormcloud added the following:
I am changing this comment to POSITIVE...seems we had some cyber communication lapse and I did in fact hear right back to todays e mail.
On April 24th, 2012, stormcloud changed the rating from neutral to positive and added the following:
Lack of response due to cyber confusion. Diana responded to new e mail immediately. Lovely place I will continue to buy from them.
On May 22nd, 2012, stormcloud added the following:
I am so glad to have found this company....I love doing business with them and plan to continue ! They are so friendly , nice and eager to please ! Purchases are coming up beautifully in spite of the miserable Spring weather we have had here in NY !
|On May 10, 2012, iwn48 Burke, VA wrote:
I'm impressed with you folks at Vermont Wildflower farm. My plants arrived yesterday and even though the mailman had to push, crunch and tug to get the package into my mailbox, the plants were in great shape. I love your very unique packaging around the dirt part. I'm putting you guys on my list of places to order because of the plant quality and wonderful packing.
|On Feb 25, 2012, lrm678 Milton, VT wrote:
I have been ordering now from this company for 5 years. I order wildflower seeds, plants, bulbs and more. THIS IS the company to order from. I have loved everthing about my experience with them, from their outstanding customer service to the wonderful wildflowers, plants and bulbs I have been growing from them. They ship extremely quickly, everything is well packaged and I have never once had any type of problem. I love the free gift with every order too! I highly recommend them over any other company I have ever purchased from. I have been so impressed with the Vermont Wildflower Farm.
|On Oct 17, 2008, aebridges North New Portland, ME wrote:
I ordered about $50 worth of wildflower seeds from Vermont Wildflower Farm in Fall, 2007. The largest portion of the order was their partial shade mix. I spoke with a very helpful customer service representative and received good advice about Fall seeding in my area (Western Mountains of Maine). I received my order ahead of expected seeding time and watched the weather forecast, then seeded my wildflower patch in November just before a snowfall, forecast to be followed by a cold weather period. The timing turned out to be great, and the bed was covered with lots of snow until about mid-May. Seedlings began to sprout very quickly and we've seen a good variety of the annuals bloom, plus a couple of the biennials and perennials have bloomed this first season. The growth of young perennials looks great and I'm looking forward to seeing the outcome in 2009. I will order from Vermont Wildflower Farms again and recommend the company to others wanting to start a wildflower garden.