Appreciate the Service at Garden Harvest Supply
Hello – I just had to write to tell you how impressed I was with your service…last month I ordered some plants from a large, well-known internet plant and seed company. After hearing nothing for nearly 3 weeks, I went online to check my order and saw it still had not shipped. I contacted customer service and was informed that “oh, those are no longer available”. Guess they never planned to let me know. I found the same plants on Garden Harvest Supply, ordered them, and they shipped the next day! They have arrived and are beautiful – thank you so much! I will definitely be ordering from you again. Cathy F.
GHS: Cathy thanks for your kind words. Glad you enjoyed your plants. We look forward to seeing you again.
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