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i am also on lake michigan....................are you anywhere near milwaukee?
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I am in Milwaukee 6 blocks from the Lake. Ingrid

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i up north in grafton, on top of a bluff overlooking the lake.
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Avoid Spring Hill like the plague!!!
I placed an order with them in March and I am still waiting for several things to arrive. What did arrive was pretty much either dead in the box or so small it looked like they planted the seed in the dirt and then dropped it in the delivery box. Very poor quality plants and service!
I also ordered from Bluestone Perennials (www.bluestoneperennials.com) and Greenwood nursery (www.greenwoodnursery.com).
Both bluestone and greenwood delivery when they said they would. Everything was alive and doing well. I even received a few bonus plants at no cost from bluestone. So far everything that was planted is still alive and growing like gangbusters! I would absolutely do business with both of these companies again. The spring hill catalogs go straight to the trash. I've asked to be removed from their mailing list but they can't seem to get that right either.
Spring hill made it very frustrating to wait for plants, have to repeatedly call them only to get more and more b.s. about how soon everything was going to ship. Then it arrives months late and dead in the box.
I bought a new house that need a lot of landscaping and have spent many hours in my new garden. I'm still a rookie and learning a lot but also having a lot of fun. I'm hooked!
Never, ever order from Spring Hill!
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Agree with others on SH--
The only mail ordering I've done this year is; A Lonicera from www.mailordernatives.com -- Great plant- quick turnaround- and the price was amazing! $8 for a gallon live plant. The plant is quite vigorous and looks like it has been in the ground for years- though it has only been here for a few weeks. [she's done shipping for the year- ut check her out for fall planting.]
And last week I got a rose from Roses Unlimited in SC- www.rosesunlimitedownroot.com/ It was an unusual rose [Francis Dubreuil] that I hadn't been able to get elsewhere. It was a little pricey-- and shipping added another $15 to the tab. But the rose traveled from SC to NY in 2 days- and arrived in a 1 gallon pot whose soil was still firmly attached to the roots.
Jim
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