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Nurseries reviews in Maurepas

  • A
    Banting's Nursery
    Bantings is wonderful! I have heard about them for years and finally started going there in early spring. They have good nursery prices, everyone there is very kind and helpful, and they have a few experts on hand to give advice about specific problems. I have installed landscaping in my yard this spring and couldn't have done it without their help and advice. In addition, I bought a dormant tree from them and its growing and came out of dormancy as promised. Some of their prices don't beat a big box retailer but their selection is much better and as far as nurseries go, their prices are really good. Worth the trip over the Huey P!
    - Erin D.
  • A
    They are very helpful and could not have been nicer. They delivered my dirt within 40 minutes after I called and are great people; I told my whole neighborhood about him. I told him what I was going to do with the dirt and he told me exactly what I needed to do to. His help was just perfect and the price was very good. They were not pushy.
    - sarah w.
  • A
    Keith's Soil Sand Gravel
    although they could not help me because of my delivery area, they were every nice, professional and informative on the phone.
    - FRANCIS P.
  • C
    After moving to Metairie, I began using Charvet's as my nursery of choice.  Most of the people there are helpful.  I installed a garden in front of my house as well as lots of gardens in my back yard.  I got all the dirt, topsoil and plants - tomatoes, blueberries, several types of herbs, strawberries, eggplants, peppers, cucumbers, etc,etc, etc from them.  Scott at Charvet's gives good advice.  I have also purchased lots of organic gardening supplies and supplements and then lots of chemical and soil supplements when the organic stuff would not get rid of the bugs or address the problems.  Every time we went back to visit, we left with more supplements and chemicals to address whatever was going on.  Somewhat frustrating, but last year, we had a decent crop for a first go-round. This year I planned to do more gardening and also plant trees. I went back to Charvet's.   I told Michelle that I wanted a satsuma tree and an avocado tree, she dicussed this with me and a week later my husband and I came back to buy all the plants for the garden as well as the trees. The avocado tree was $69.00!  We bought it and planted it as instructed and gave it the "Pecan and Citrus Tree Food" we purchased, which Michelle said would be good for both trees.  Within two weeks, the tree wasn't looking good. I took pictures and went back to Charvet's.  I showed Scott the pictures and he confirmed we had planted it correctly, it was draining, the root bulb wasn't buried, etc.  However, he said no way should we have been told to give it Pecan and Citrus Tree Food as that was "way too much nitrogen" for the avocado.  Another 50.00 worth of supplements and instructions to try to save the tree and I was off again.  The tree now looks completely dead.  I called Charvet's on 4/5 and spoke with someone who said there is nothing that they can do.  I asked if they would replace the tree like some of the other stores in the area and she said no, they weren't a big box store like Home Depot.   I told her Perrino's (not a big box store) has a year long guarantee and this has been a month.  All I have done is purchase plants and enough chemicals and supplements to go into the garden supply business and I would expect them to do something to correct the situation, especially when apparently I had been given incorrect advice on how to care for the avodcado tree.  She said she really didn't see what they could do, that there are too many other variables coming into play as to whether a tree would make it.   In short, if you can afford to throw lots of money into supplements and chemicals and don't care if things work or don't, you can head to Charvet's.  Everytime you visit and bring up a problem,  they will sell you something to address it.   However, if you are looking for customer service, a professional attitude, or for someone to stand by the advice they give or their $69.00 trees, you might want to go elsewhere.  I've spent a ton of money there and I guess I will have to find another place for my gardening supplies and plants.
    - Erin D.
  • C
    I do go to Perino's at times because it is near my office. Last week, I went there to purchase a satsuma tree. The 4 foot satsuma was $100. This bothered me enough to drive to the Westbank and purchase the same tree from Becnel's for $24.
    - susan f.
  • D
    The Plant Gallery
    Service was great...very helpful loading up everything into my vehicle. Pleasant staff. As for the plant itself...after a week or so, I discovered the ficus was infested with cuban laurel thrips and there were millipedes in the soil. I was very surprised because my inspection before purchase found nothing. The nursery must have had an infestation, and some of the critters must have been hiding out. As for the millipedes in soil, I cleaned the pot and roots before potting, so the sterile potting soil was obviously not sterile. Altogether $200 down the drain. Even after pruning and treating leaves and roots, my plant never recovered. I was so disappointed because I expected a better product from a local nursery. I will probably return to Plant Gallery for gift ware or small plant purchases, but not for large indoor plants.
    - Brooke I.
  • F
    In 2010 we hired Alain Flexer, owner of Bamboo Nursery in Franklinton, La, to plant bamboo in our yard. We're very sorry we did. We told Alain what we wanted and he recommended a running variety. (Put very simply, there are two types of bamboo, clumping and running. Google it) Running bamboo is notorious for sending out roots that will take over a yard. “Expert” Alain said he would put down a barrier that would prevent the bamboo from spreading. He charged more for the barrier than the bamboo. In less than ten years the barrier failed and the bamboo took over the yard. Every spring, hundred of new bamboo shoots would pop up in the yard. I asked Alain for advice. He said to kill the new shoots with herbicide. What a joke. For every one we'd kill, several more would pop up. It was bamboo whack-a-mole. None of the cheap, easy options worked. We had to bite the bullet and hire a landscaping company to remove the bamboo and dig up the ENTIRE YARD. This has cost THOUSANDS - far more than the original cost of placing the worthless barrier and planting the bamboo. Furthermore, some of the bamboo grew under the concrete porch, and no matter how much herbicide I use, it continues to grow from under the porch. I wonder if I'll ever completely get rid of it. Alain's incompetence cost us thousands of dollars. (It's still an on-going project). If you're in the market for bamboo, look elsewhere. J. Paul New Orleans, LA
    - J P.
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