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|On Jun 3, 2017, MCFE Huntington, NY wrote:
Before ordering, took their recommendation to ask before ordering and requested a description of the sizes of plant they currently were shipping (Japanese mountain grass). I ordered at a very fair price and got two very full, vigorous clumps as described, beautifully packaged and in perfect condition.
|On Apr 27, 2017, GusCooper Marysville, OH wrote:
I ordered three Degroot's spires from New Life Nursery & Garden a few days ago. The shrubs have already been delivered -- they are in excellent shape, they were extremely well packaged, and they are even larger than I expected. All in all, a seamless transaction. I couldn't be happier.
|On Sep 16, 2016, AsiminaT Olympia, WA wrote:
I ordered several Osmanthus plants from them and they shipped all the way to the pacific northwest in excellent condition. One variety was even blooming.
|On Aug 16, 2016, RBKB444 Lansing, MI (Zone 5b) wrote:
I ordered a starter Camellia plant from this company from Amazon. I ordered on August 11, 2016 and received the plant on August 15, 2016. The packaging was excellent, it would survive anything except complete crushing. I received a well rooted plant that was eight inches tall and appears very healthy. I am completely satisfied with the plant and the price and the shipping cost.
|On May 5, 2016, eleavell Somerset, NJ wrote:
have ordered twice now (on EBay) and each time plants were in excellent shape and larger than expected.
|On Aug 9, 2014, landreyev Sandyville, WV (Zone 6b) wrote:
I ordered 4 butterfly bushes and 4 hydrangea from them on ebay earlier this year. Upon arrival the plants all looked healthy and of a good size. I planted them in pots and have been happy with their subsequent growth. The butterfly bushes have grown and are blooming profusely, true to name, Nanho blue. The 4 hydrangea seem to have come down with cercospora, which I understand frequently happens with hydrangea and is not the fault of the supplier. Oddly I also purchased 4 hydrangea at Lowe's this year and they came down with powdery mildew, and not cercospora (yet) so perhaps one cultivar is more susceptible to certain issues than others (I think the ones bought from New Life were Nikko Blue). I plan on using a fungicide to try and help them out, but again do not feel this occurred because of the vendor. They have good prices and good plants in my experience.
|On Jun 3, 2014, rivermare Lincoln, CA wrote:
I ordered a number of plants via Amazon and they all arrived without pots and mostly without soil. A couple of shrubs dried up the next day but after I sent the nursery and email with pictures, they promptly sent new ones, this time with soil. I love all the plants from them because for the price and low cost shipping, I get decent sized plants and they arrive within a week. Unlike most mail-order nurseries, New Life & Garden provides big plants. I ordered from them again and am now fighting myself not to buy more because I've overspent on my garden already.
|On Jun 2, 2014, rugbycrumpet Sharon, MA (Zone 6a) wrote:
I've just moved into a new construction home and has lots of landscaping to do. I've been buying shrubs online from various companies but no one compares to New Life Nursery. Their prices are excellent and they send big healthy plants....cheap and fast! Many times, I get a bonus plant here and there. This is my go-to online store for shrubs. The only thing I don't like is the packing peanuts used. Otherwise, this company is perfect in my humble opinion,
|On Apr 22, 2014, Bec_No_Va Huntsville, AL (Zone 7b) wrote:
Ordered 5 plants from them via eBay, knew they were bare root, but the packaging was excellent & arrived very quickly - I was a little slow in getting them in pots, so one was a tad dry by the time I got around to it, but looks like it'll make it...prices were good & shipping as well - will definitely order from them again
|On Jun 28, 2012, Pinetucky Swainsboro, GA (Zone 8b) wrote:
When I couldn't find the crape myrtles I wanted locally, I turned online. The crape myrtle I ordered from New Life Nursery is just beautiful! It is larger than expected, very well branched and well rooted.