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Friday, May 06, 2016


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Lisa at Greenbow

They do have a great set up for shipping. I would like one each of your plants. Nice selections. Which is the big leafed plant? It doesn't look familiar to me.

Linda from Each Little World

Lisa β€” ​It's a Chinese Mayapple called Spotty Dotty.

Erin @ The Impatient Gardener

Spotty Dotty is fabulous! You have to admire the kind of engineering that goes into a shipment like that. Nicely done, PDN!

Loree / danger garden

Wow, that's fabulous. I continue to be amazed at the ability for nurseries to ship plants and have them arrive in such good condition.

Linda from Each Little World

Erin and Loreee β€” Even though one is obviously paying for that great packaging, if you are going to buy mail order plants I figure you want them to arrive in perfect condition.

rusty duck

Impressive stuff. That would make me feel confident the plants would arrive in good condition.

Beth @ PlantPostings

Exciting times! Those plants do look very healthy. I just received an order from Bluestone Perennials, and they were equally healthy/nicely packed. Enjoy!


Good to know that PDN is still doing a great job of packing their plants & of course I'm thrilled to see that you've got Spotty Dotty!


I've always had a good experience with Plant Delights. If you're ever in Raleigh, their display gardens are wonderful to visit too.

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