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|On Jul 17, 2006, zenpotter Minneapolis, MN (Zone 4b) wrote:
I have had two shipments from this company. The roses came in perfect condition. The first shipment was 6 years ago and every one of them is still going strong. The second was last year and they look great.
|On Jul 14, 2006, tinadoc Stanwood,
United States wrote:
Very healthy plants, arrived quickly and in great condition.
|On Jul 13, 2006, vabyvlue Taylorsville, UT (Zone 6b) wrote:
I have been ordering from High Country Roses for several months. Every time I get excellent customer service and excellent roses. I sure will keep ordering from them because I know that they stand for quality and service. Thank you very much for everything!!
|On Jun 21, 2006, wild_willow Kaycee, WY (Zone 3b) wrote:
Just got my order today and what lovely healthy roses!
|On Jun 17, 2006, wharrison Manistee, MI (Zone 5b) wrote:
This is the first year that I've ordered from High Country Roses and it certainly won't be the last.
|On Jun 15, 2006, fireant13 (Zone 9a) wrote:
Today, I received the three rose plants I ordered. The plants were well-packaged, undamaged, and nice sizes. I found the company through a link in Plantfiles, which gives good pictures and comments that helped me make my selection. I am just learning a lot of gardening, and roses are a challenge to me, but in time, I hope to have the east side of my house covered with Fourth of July blooms. This company is not too expensive and the plants look good, so I will probably order from them again in the future.
|On May 25, 2006, Meig Timnath, CO (Zone 5b) wrote:
Shipping was fast and the roses were packaged well. They arrived in very good shape, not wilted at all.
On June 12th, 2006, Meig added the following:
Just wanted to say that both plants have put on a goodly amount of new growth and are doing very well.
|On Apr 20, 2006, bisou218 Westlake, OH wrote:
Thank you high country for a service well done. The plants arrived in perfect shape and were well packaged. The delivery was done just as I had requested and I was surprised to see that several of the roses had flower buds on them! High country has an extensive selection of roses and they are all well suited to my zone on Lake Erie in Ohio. I will definitely repurchase. My family and I operate a landscaping company and I would like to add your website to our links on our homepage for our customers if you'd like. Thanks again!
|On Mar 20, 2006, gedgar Mobile, AL (Zone 8a) wrote:
I ordered three roses (Lady Banks, Joseph's Coat and Seven Sisters). First time ordering from this company. The roses arrived right on time, packaging was excellent, and the roses are beautiful. I will definitely order from this company again.
|On Mar 15, 2006, ponddigger Orem, UT wrote:
Great roses and the customer service is excellent. I received three Betty Priors that were on sale and they are all monsters now.
|On Feb 1, 2006, DanaDW Pahrump, NV (Zone 8b) wrote:
The roses (6) I ordered from High Country Roses last year outperformed the other 12 I ordered from two other companies.
|On Oct 2, 2005, ojaicheryl Ojai, CA wrote:
Having ordered twice from High Country Roses I can say I am VERY happy with everything I have ordered.
|On Sep 3, 2005, Bellingham Bellingham, WA wrote:
For me, the thing that seperates a good company from a great company is the level of awareness they seem to have about what is going on with orders. This company is obviously paying attention.
|On Jul 7, 2005, torachan Aurora, CO wrote:
I have ordered from High Country Roses about four times over the last year. In each case, the roses arrived on time and in great shape. I choose HCR when I am looking for a healthy, own-root rose, that is not available at local nurseries. The descriptions are uniformly realistic, a major issue when purchasing roses for the Rocky Mountain climate. HCR provides great chances to buy unusual roses that are adapted to the arid Rocky Mountains.
|On Oct 4, 2004, ralladi Streetsboro, OH wrote:
I ordered 3 of their 'on sale' rose plants back in July 2004. The plants are thriving extremely well till now though on arrival they were smaller than I expected (but since they were sale plants I guess I should not be looking at the size). The plants arrived in 5 days. The customer service was also good. I would definitely order from them again.
|On May 9, 2004, Glad_Grammy Saint Paris, OH wrote:
I ordered roses from seven different companies earlier this year but High Country Roses is the standout for me. Pleasant person on the phone took my order, plants came exactly at the time specified, beautifully packaged with absolutely NO damage, healthy plants, some with buds already on them and blooming, and all at a good price! To say the least, I am extremely happy with their product and service! I will do business with them again. In fact, next year I may just get all of my roses from them as they have the hardy old garden types I love. I give them the highest recommendation.
|On Jan 23, 2004, weedkicker wrote:
I've placed two orders with this company and have been pleased both times. The plants have been in terrific shape and the service has been great. Will continue to do business with them.
|On Oct 22, 2003, nevadagdn Sparks, NV (Zone 7a) wrote:
I ordered two roses: a Rugosa hybrid ('Magnifica'?) and Rosa woodsii. Both arrived healthy, in good condition. The plants were small, as in liner size, but that's what I wanted and expected. Both plants grew and have grown well since planting two years ago, but then, those two varieties are about as idiot-proof as they come.
On March 9th, 2005, nevadagdn added the following:
I ordered two more roses this year--Rosa moyesii and 'Popcorn'. I ordered by phone, and Rosemary was very helpful. She advised against having my plants shipped so soon because our weather is so changeable: very good advice for novice gardeners. Since I'm not a novice, and I'm well-equipped with wall-o-waters, rose cones, row cover and other gardening debris, I opted to receive my roses next week because I have my own rose-planting strategies. I appreciate good advice even when I ignore it :-)
On March 17th, 2005, nevadagdn added the following:
This years' order consisted of two healthy, well-branched 1-qt. plants. I am very happy with the quality of the plants I received.
On May 27th, 2005, nevadagdn added the following:
The Rosa moyesii I received in March is growing like mad--it's caught up with much larger rose plants put in the ground last Fall. 'Popcorn' is more restrained (it IS a miniature), but still extremely healthy. The two roses from previous years (R. woodsii and R. rugosa) are now hell-bent on dominating their respective corners of the garden. You would never know they had been small 1-qt. plants a couple years ago.
On October 17th, 2007, nevadagdn added the following:
I ordered (and planted) 6 more roses. No change to previous comments: all 6 had good top growth and decent-sized root balls.
|On Oct 21, 2003, Silverann wrote:
I bought 5 roses from High Country this summer while they were on sale. The middle of summer is admittedly not the most auspicious time to plant roses, but to my surprise and delight all five are thriving, and those that are repeat bloomers are blooming now! The staff have been helpful and knowledgeable, and when I asked for a rose that is not readily available they put me on a waiting list and told me that when they have one they will let me know. I will continue to buy from this company!
|On Aug 11, 2003, rbittman wrote:
I ordered two own-root roses from them last December: Darlow's Enigma and Francis E. Lester. Both arrived on time, packed well, and in great condition, albeit dormant. They seemed small, but I am a beginnger at roses, and wait for the rest...the roses absolutely took off the following 2003 Spring and Summer. They are currently 4-5' tall with multiple canes from the base (note that both are ramblers). Darlow's started flowering in June and never stopped. Lester flowered once in early Spring and not again, which is normal for him. I would most definitely order from High Country Roses again; healthy, fine own-root roses. Nice for a beginner to see progress so soon!
|On Jun 28, 2003, bubbawanda wrote:
I ordered "high country banshee" a damask rose as well as "austrian copper". I live at 6000ft and have subzero temperatures. The roses were great! These are real people who know what it takes to pull off roses in a cold climate.
|On May 19, 2003, ahill wrote:
I have High Country Roses in my Wyoming garden, and they are doing great! I highly recommend them for the Rocky Mountain region, if not to all regions. The owners and staff are exceptionally helpful and courteous. I wish them all the best, and would definitely buy from them again and again.
|On May 14, 2003, desirewalkson wrote:
I bought several roses from this rosarium. i was extremely pleased with their service in all aspects. I spoke to them on a few occassions. The young lady I spoke to, was very enthusiastic about their roses(heirlooms). She was very knowledgeable and helpful. The roses arrived in perfect condition and true to name. The description in their catalog is quite good because what the catalog said is what I got!!!!!! In spring when these roses bloom(about forty different bushes) the fragrance is just outstanding. People come and just stare and smell the fragrance of these fantastic roses. I owe this to them.
|On Apr 26, 2003, mjulia wrote:
I ordered two New Dawn climbers from High Country Roses last spring ('02) and was most pleased with both the service and the plants. The woman I spoke with when I ordered was knowledgeable and answered all my questions patiently and kindly.The plants arrived in beautiful--perfect--condition and exactly when promised. I would not have gotten such gorgeous specimens at the local garden center for such a reasonable price--and certainly not on their own roots the way these were. They have thrived and I am most pleased. I will definitely order from them again.
|On Apr 10, 2003, steelecopywiz wrote:
Good plants, good service, good selection of roses -- especially climbers -- some almost impossible to find anywhere else in this country. (Lawrence Johnston and Felicite and Perpetue are just two).
On April 30th, 2003, steelecopywiz added the following:
UPDATE: All roses are doing great 1 month later, all flourishing -- either in bud or blooming -- even after transplanting. Lawrence Johnston's blooms are glorious. All rootballs were well sized proportionate to plant size. I definitely recommend these folks.
|On Apr 8, 2002, Kuhma Boulder,
United States wrote:
I recently ordered roses from High Country roses, and my experience was quite positive. As Colorado is a harsh environment, I wanted to be sure that I any roses I bought were on their own roots - and all of HGR's roses are. I ordered about 2 months ago, using a credit card, but my card was not charged until the roses were shipped. The roses arrived quite quickly, were beautifully packaged, and in good shape. Explicit planting instructions accompanied the roses. I'll update this posting at the end of the summer to report on how well the roses grew.
|On Feb 1, 2001, kathyhale_jo wrote:
High Country Roses arrived in excellent condition and took off far better than the grafted roses (purchased from another source) planted at the same time. Definitely will order again. Requested to reserve a rose which wasn't in stock and was notified immediately when one became available. Very nice to work with.
|On Feb 1, 2001, anabella178 wrote:
High Country Roses has an excellent staff; very helpful people. The roses they recommended (they didn't have exactly what I was looking for as I was buying late in the season having just bought a house) were perfect. They all arrived well packaged and in great condition. One of them didn't make it, and they replaced it with one of their own stock (again, late in the season; they had just run out of them), with no trouble at all. Will definitely buy from them again.
|On Feb 1, 2000, nickrusso wrote:
I got hooked on heirloom roses because of their attributes but had trouble finding them locally. Went to the internet found several companies and talked to several customer service representatives. Most were just doing their job except for one: High Country Roses. I ended up talking to a young lady and later found out that she is one of the owners of the company. She was personable, knowledgeable and very friendly. Based on this experience, I asked for gift certificates from this company for birthdays and holidays. With catalog in hand in winter of 99 I placed my order for 17 of their roses. They arrived at the proper planting time for my area in great shape disease free and thriving. Just what I expected. They did not disappoint. I planted all the roses shortly thereafter and I am happy to report that all are doing well and all are spectacular specimens. I can't sayenough about this company. They are great.
|On Jul 1, 1999, joansmall wrote:
Very helpful people to deal with on either telephone or email. Order arrived at correct planting time for our zone. Good healthy plants, well packaged--a little on the dry side but understandable since they traveled a long way. We will definitely order from them again.