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well I have gotten all but two plants replaced or refunded from the mail order failures..not too impressed with the replacements..either..but they are in the ground..only ones not yet replaced are 2 hardy pecans.

still have local plants that failed to replace..a few fruit trees that evidently weren't properly dug when they were potted up..they will be returned.

otherwise gardens are doing well..
 
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thats good that they were willing to work with you. Are they going to replace the pecans and are just out of stock  or something?
 
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different company, haven't heard from them yet..think that is the last one that I am waiting on though...fortunately more replacements came Friday and I got those in and then we got rain..so all the replacements that have come have been rained in well..

still have to dig up trees i bought locally that died though..i honestly think that they aren't digging enough root with the trees, so they can fit them in smaller pots to ship them to the stores..and sell them..i know some i dug up and returned before had no real roots..but when you plant them they APPEAR to have good roots..but they are potted..wish you could knock the soil off them in the store before you buy them !!
 
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