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Logee's nursery; based in Danielson, CT, United States.
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    This thread is for reviewing Logee's Greenhouses. To make your review count, please include the phrase "I give this nursery # out of 10 acorns." Where # is a numeral for your rating (1 being awful, 10 being fantastic).
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    I give this nursery 8 out of 10 acorns.

    I came across Logee's when I was looking for an online nursery which carries Jasmine and was excited to see that Logee's also has a decent selection of "unusual edibles". They provide good details on maintaining the plants, very clear instructions on acclimating the plants to their new home. Shipping was prompt and everything was well packaged. Nothing appeared root-bound. Website was a little annoying to use. I am posting a 8/10 conservatively; I will definitely order from them again.

    In April 2019 I purchased:
  • Hardy Jasmine (Jasminum officinale)
  • Maypop Passion Flower (Passiflora incarnata)
  • Hardy Kiwi ‘Issai’ (Actinidia arguta)
  • Blueberry ‘Top Hat’ (Vaccinium angustifolium)

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