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Has anyone bought from Cumberland Valley Nursery?

 
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I searched the forums, but nothing came up for them or their website, http://fruittreefarm.com/.

Alternatively, any recommendations for any other nursery in the SC/NC/GA/TN area? I'm looking for fruit and nut trees primarily. Quality is more important than price, but great quality at a great price is of course preferable.
 
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If anyone in the future is looking for information on them, I found that they currently have 5 out of 5 positive reviews on Dave's Garden.
 
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