Garden Harvest Supply Review
After receiving someone else’s order, Garden Harvest Supply was quick to send me my correct order and even told me to keep the plants I had received in error. My correct order came and the plants looked relatively healthy considering their journey. They are in the ground and seem to be thriving after a slow start (except for the two lettuce plants that I think were eaten by rabbits or some other critter!) I will definitely order from Garden Harvest Supply again! From Monica G.
Answer: Monica, we hate it when we get something wrong, but we do our best to make it right and it sounds like we ended on a high note with your order. Thank you for giving the ‘bonus’ plants a good home. We hope you enjoy those, as well as the ones you chose. Thank you for your trust in us and we look forward to a long and fruitful relationship with you! Best regards, All of us from GHS
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