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The Prairie Nursery team sends heartfelt thanks to each and every one of our customers for making 2016 a great year. Thank You!
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W5875 Dyke Ave Westfield, WI 53964
W5875 Dyke AvenueUSWisconsinWestfield53964
(800) 476-9453prairienursery.com
Plant Nursery, Agricultural Supplies
Plant Nursery
Agricultural Supplies
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Carey Purvis
a week ago
Prairie Nursery has a beautiful variety of plants, as well as tons of great resources for inspiration!
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David Edwards
3 months ago
I have ordered from this company twice and each time the plants arrived in poor condition. the plants themselves are very spindly for the price they charge. The "Jack in the Pulpit" I ordered came and it was a one inch brown stem with hardly any roots. It's unfortunate but I am trying to find another vendor from which to purchase native plants.
Response from the owner - a week ago
David Edwards, your name is not in our customer database and we're not able to contact you, however, we do have a 30 day guarantee on our plants, and we do offer replacement plants within a given timeframe. Please call us and see if there is anything that can be done. During fall shipping periods the spring-blooming plants, such as Jack-in-the-Pulpit, are in a dormant phase and they can seem lifeless. Plant them as usual, and they will emerge in the spring.