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|On Mar 16, 2019, JOHNFREEMAN Seven Lakes, NC wrote:
MADE MY FIRST ORDER FROM THIS COMPANY 3 DAYS AGO
|On Feb 21, 2018, lupin27 Ash Flat, AR (Zone 7a) wrote:
I ordered app. 100 asstd. berry plants this spring. My first time from this company and, although there weren't many reviews for them, they are close to me so I wanted to try them. I couldn't be happier with the plants I received. They were shipped exactly when I asked for, plants have good roots, well packed, received a few extras, and they prices were great. They have my future business.
|On Dec 12, 2011, gardengal10000 Vacaville, CA (Zone 8a) wrote:
I mailed my order form on 11/2/11 for many different verieties of plants. I received my order on 12/12/11. All plants were packaged well and look strong and healthy.
|On Apr 21, 2010, SoutheastIndy Indianapolis, IN wrote:
Posted on April 7, 2010, updated April 21, 2010
On April 21st, 2010, SoutheastIndy added the following:
Made a second purchase from Bramble Berry Farm and couldn't be happier. We purchased 50 thornless blackberries and 20 blueberry plants on this order. I've ordered several thornless blackberry plants from alot of other nurseries but nothing has compared as to what I've received from Bramble. The Blueberry plants have been great also. They look like they were just picked from the field . I'll be making some more purchases this fall !!
|On Jun 26, 2009, likesberries Goldendale, WA wrote:
I ordered some bluecrop and bluejay blueberries, along with some boysenberries and elderberries last fall. I wasn't sure how they'd turn out because they were already dormant. All of the plants are not only healthy, but doing better than some I ordered elsewhere earlier. I am very satisfied and will buy again.
|On Apr 5, 2009, LotsaNuts Oviedo, FL wrote:
I ordered Ouachita blackberries, Dorman Red Rasberries and three types of grapes from BrambleBerry farm. Earlier this year I had ordered Navaho Blackberries from another nursery and Apache and Arapaho Blackberries from yet another. Neither of the earlier vendors had all three varieties, nor did they have Ouachita. I didn't find Brambleberry farm until *after* I'd made those orders or I'd have used them instead because it stocks all four.
|On Dec 11, 2006, cowtrailrd Shawnee, OK wrote:
I ordered thornless blackberry plants, Raspberry plants and 3 varity of grapes in December of 2005. I asked to receive all in March of 2006. That was then I received all, alive and healthly. they all lived and the everyberring raspberries produced a few berries. I will reorder othe items in the future.