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|On Apr 25, 2011, touchdown Altoona, PA wrote:
I was very impressed with the service and they really know their business when it comes to azaleas & rhodondendrons.
|On Apr 25, 2011, plantingoaks Marysville, OH (Zone 5b) wrote:
I ordered several liner size rhododendrons, a gallon size rhododendron, and two other woody plants this spring.
|On Mar 19, 2011, killdawabbit Christiana, TN (Zone 6b) wrote:
I was very glad to find this nursery because I like to start with small plants. The price is cheaper and I can afford to buy more plants and I don't mind waiting for them to grow. It is satisfying.
|On Mar 15, 2011, declfi Fenton, MO (Zone 6b) wrote:
Nice people and excellent packing and plants . They also had very fast and reasonable shipping and Hard to find rhododendrons.
|On May 15, 2010, Ollo Norwich, VT wrote:
I ordered 9 Ajuga Reptans (Black Scallop) and four gumdrop echinacea several weeks ago. I live in VT, and had wanted my order asap because the weather has been SO warm this spring, but they let me know that the Ajuga just wasn't ready yet as it wasn't grown to the condition that they wanted to send it. It was worth the small wait (and saved from a few bouts of light frost) because the plants are beautiful! they were packed carefully, but not OVER packed, which I loved. (I HATE PEANUTS!!! and overpacking) They looked like they had been freshly repotted as well. I have ordered from 5 companies this spring, and the condition of the plants and the packing job made me most likely to look to them first for future orders.
On May 15, 2010, W.W. Nurseries responded with:
"On Nov 28, 2010 10:39 AM, W.W. Nurseries responded with:
Hmm, I think you have the wrong Nursery, We are located in Indiana, Pa. and I did not send nor do I have or grow Ajuga Reptans (black scallop). But, thanks for the postive feedback anyway. If you want rhododendrons or azaleas, please, give me a shout. "
|On May 6, 2010, npatrick7 wrote:
Hi personally visited the nursery. Currently they are growing 400 varieties of azaleas and rhodenderons plus some Japanese maples and a smaller variety of conifers. They offer liners, quarts, and 1,2,3, gallon sizes. The owners were extremely helpful. It is a very well run operation. Everyting is immpecably labeled by them personally throughout the growing cycle. so if you're as tired as I am of buying something only to find out when it blooms its not what it is labeled that doesn't happen here. They have plans to add another 400 varieties of azalea and rhodenderon Hybrids as well as native species) all grown and proven winter hardy here in Zone 5 western Pa. So if you are a tired as I am of going tthrogh the West Coast growers listings only to find very little stuff is winter hardy in the north no problem here.They will also do custom propagation work if you have a rare cultivar you would like to see preserved.If you're a azalea or rhodie enthusiast it is worth a personal visit during peak bloom.