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After complaining about an order I was told I would get a replacement.10 emails later and still the same msg....will be with you 7 -10 days! That will be nearly 3 months .......


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  • BrexiteerBrexiteer Posts: 955
    They are rubbish
  • Fran IOMFran IOM Posts: 2,310
    I had an order recently which I have to admit was free just paying postage. It consisted of 4 Rare Blue Poppies. They were so small I have had to pot them up and feel as though it is going to be some time before I can plant them out. I think their "freebies" are what they can't sell. They always send an email asking for feedback so at least you can let them know how you feel. Don't think I shall be tempted by freebies again. You live and learn. 
  • Bright starBright star Posts: 1,130
    I would never recommend this company to anyone. I have had a bad experience with them as have many other members of this forum. 
    Life's tragedy is that we get old too soon and wise too late.

  • B3B3 Posts: 24,485
    I 've never been tempted by their multi offers. Mostly plants i hate or have put a lot of effort into getting rid of. People could've come to my garden and helped themselves. I probably would've paid them to take them away!
    In London. Keen but lazy.
  • BraidmanBraidman Posts: 266
    I myself have never been tempted by these wonderful offers, but people in our gardening club have been stung with total rubbish, usually!

    The real culprits are the papers that advertise these wonderful offers in the first place, but I suppose they cannot afford  to offend their advertisers as that would upset the little darlings!

    The postage is more than the offers are worth, considering the quality send!

    As I read the following mags or papers and these are the one I see the offers in here are their names of shame.

    Daily Telegraph
    Garden News
    Amateur gardening,
    Gardners World
    And shame on all the others too not named here.

    If they actually wanted to give a bargain to their loyal readers the postage would be free as well, some chance!

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