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  • Purchasing a plant, you can have free delivery and installation for $5 a plant.  We needed an old tired viburnum hedge with dead plants and spaces removed, too.  The installer called to set up a time, arrived and we went over details - he confirmed removal with his office as it was not on his written job sheet, but he was ready and able to do the work.  We agreed and he spent 1/2 day removing the old and installing 21 new plants, with red mulch, and fertilized each with Osmocote.  Plants were 8.95 in a 3 Provider name locked. container (plants about 3 feet high).  We used about 25 bags of mulch.  Removal of the old and preparation of the area was a flat $200.  Total job was $700.  Plants look great and we are watering daily for two weeks to ensure roots take properly.
    - Paul D S.
  • A year after the podocarpus bushes were planted (summer 2011),  I lost all 6 of the 12-foot bushes ($200/ea) including the one the company replaced, as well as  and 20 ($45/ea) of the the 36 small bushes within a 6-month period.   The remaining small bushes(16) are doing well.  

    I never called the company to report this.   The disease was slow to progress through each bush and it was well past their "3-week" free replacement warranty period.   However, I do want to report this problem.   In hindsight, I believe the plants came with the disease and was exacerbated by the way they were planted (poor drainage).  I recently had another tree farm nursery plant 7 palm trees.  It's interesting to note, each landscaper/nursery  estimate I got would only give a 3-4 week free replacement warranty.  I want Angie's List members aware of the risks they take when paying someone to put in plants.

    I believe the podocarpus bushes developed  "root rot" or "fasurium wilt" from my research on the internet.   I showed the company person the affected liners (i.e., liners and needles drooping/wilting and entire liners turning brown) in a couple of the large bushes the first couple of weeks after planting.  He took pictures and ended up replacing 1 large bush, free of charge.  However, he never mentioned what was causing the problem.    Unfortunately, the problem progressed slowly from bush-to-bush, even after I cut out the affected liners in the preceding diseased bush.  I lost one bush at a time , as the disease kept spreading to the next closest, healthy bush along my south fence.   Eventually, only one small bush survived.   The 20 small bushes along my west fence were isolated from the south fence bushes, and fortunately, I only lost 5 plants.  

    I believe a couple of the large plants were delivered with the disease as evident by wilted liners.  The disease spread easily due to the heavy watering and poor drainage conditions.  I was told to water them often and the could tolerate lots of water.  However, I think the cramped condition of the root balls might not have allowed the water to drain properly.  The company only guaranteed the plants for 3 weeks after planting.  Unfortunately, once the fungus existed in one or two of the original plants, it took time to spread to the next plant.  After several months, it was evident none of the large bushes were going to survive.   It took about 6 months  total for 20 small bushes to die, one-by-one.  

    I give this company a "D" for quality of plants and an overall rating of "C".
    - jerald D.
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