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|On Mar 28, 2016, ar99 San Diego, CA wrote:
had some plants delivered from this nursery. most plants looked good and now are starting to grow, however, 3 out of 4 red raspberry plants did not survive. as in no growth. called their customer service (term is a big stretch) and was told "to wait another week or so". right until their "season is over and we cannot send you replacements until next year". how convenient!
|On May 5, 2010, billbird2111 Sacramento, CA wrote:
I would avoid this place like the plague. I have never come across a record of failure like this -- EVER. These people need lessons from Home Depot or Lowes about running a decent nursery.
|On Jan 17, 2009, rotflmike Littlerock, CA wrote:
I placed an order just after christmas
|On Oct 19, 2003, sffoggylady San Bruno Mountain West Side, CA (Zone 10a) wrote:
I ordered 4 raspberry plants and 4 blackberry plants for spring of 2003. Blackberry plants were fine. 2 of the raspberry plants were rootless, thin twigs, about the size of a small chopstick. The other 2 were normal size and had roots. Of course the 2 dead plants did not grow.
|On Jun 26, 2002, dhoglin wrote:
Back inb Feb., I ordered 3 Blackberry vines, one never broke dormancy. The 3 trees I ordered all had severly cropped roots (less than 7 inches), the plum and pear I ordered were sticks with NO branches. The pear tree I ordered (Hood) was fireblight resistant--well, it has fireblight. I planted 2 other pear trees from different sources at the same time (6ft & 12ft from Hood), neither has the disease. (One is a Comice, NOT resistant). Their supplier is Dave Wilson Nurseries, a huge grower in No. CA, I suspect the real problem lies with them. The grapes I got are fantastic, came with huge root systems.