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 -  Thursday, May 19, 2011
Growing great!
Reviewed By: Doug Wampler (Indianapolis, IN)
I ordered these early in the Spring of 2011. The plants were small, but they were green and clearly alive. I planted them too early, and they fell victim to a late hard frost. The plants survived (frost didn't seem to affect them at all), and they are growing quite well. I'm excited to try the berries. Plants are performing very well, I would highly recommend these to other gardeners.
 -  Wednesday, June 15, 2011
explosive growth
Reviewed By: Tony (Turtle lake, ND)
This thing grows like crazy with no cold weather damage at all. It's literally the first thing to start growing and flowering in the spring. It nice and full also.
 -  Tuesday, July 19, 2011
Reviewed By: Jennifer (Greensburg, Kentucky)
I've tried ordering these plants from a company that had the plants for a much cheaper price, but out of the 4 I ordered, only 1 survived, and I'm not sure which variety it was as they were not properly labeled. So I tried again this year with Gurneys and bought one of each variety. What a difference!! The seedlings were just glowing when they arrived! They were extremely healthy and were easy to transplant. They looked pale green and I thought they might die for a while after I transplanted them, so I fertilized them with Organic Liquid Miracle Grow and the next day they were a dark green healthy color again with tiny new leaves budding! Super fast to grow and (at least the ones from Gurneys) are so easy!
 -  Thursday, August 28, 2008
Reviewed By: brandy (saginaw, mi)
Luv Luv Luv High yeilds,wonderfull in baked goods.Kids love to help pick and eat.
 -  Wednesday, January 21, 2009
The Wonder Berrytree
Reviewed By: Pamela Viera (High Point, North Carolina)
These are amazing fruit trees. Beautiful tiny flowers that produce wonderful berries for preserves and pies. I grow them in memory of my mom because they are her favorite. Easy to prune and control shape and size. Thank God for this wonderful plant.