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|On May 17, 2010, BJames1 Elizabeth City, NC (Zone 8a) wrote:
I ordered two Eucalyptus trees from Potato Rock Nursery in the hopes of receiving nicely started, small seedlings. I was not disappointed--in a good way, that is! Both of the Eucalyptus trees arrived in good condition, despite the fact that somewhere along the way the mail handlers were not too friendly--and they came all the way from California to North Carolina! Superb prices, fast and secure shipping, and a wide selection of Eucalyptus make this nursery a good find. Thanks Potato Rock for reasonable prices, great shipping, and plant quality a top priority.
|On Nov 5, 2009, jujubetexas San Marcos, TX (Zone 8b) wrote:
The shipping wasnt very fast and the plants were on the smallish side but I did get what I ordered and they were healthy. I would probably order from them again but only if it were a hard to find plant that I really wanted.
|On Oct 14, 2009, turektaylor Elizabeth City, NC (Zone 8a) wrote:
i always receive my nicely packaged plants in a timely manner and they are always healthy !! will continue to buy from him and highly recommend !
|On Mar 4, 2009, Desertdenial5 Tolleson, AZ (Zone 9a) wrote:
I placed my first order with Dan back in Jan and had it shipped in Feb. All the plants arrive well rooted. He was very quick to answer questions before I placed my order. He has some unusual plants that you will not find at other online nurseries.
|On Jul 15, 2008, markrs San Carlos, CA (Zone 10a) wrote:
Potato Rock Nursery has a number of auctions on Ebay and appears to sell many of the same plants at its online nursery. I bid on one plant on Ebay, and this presented several potential problems: 1) I couldn't find any ratings or feedback other than Ebay (I think the Ebay feedback is generally meaningless--although his is perfect). 2) The plant was one that is often (or even usually) mislabeled, and I wanted to get the right one. 3) The plant was a gift.