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Based on 32 reviews
69%
(22)
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B. (Texas)
Beautiful Plant

Planted in part shade/part sun and it is doing well. I haven't seen the white flowers mentioned in description. I may have missed that window since mine was planted in September. Hopefully, I'll see them next year. Until then, I am really enjoying this plant in my garden.

J
J.S. (Massachusetts)
Dolce “Wildberry” coral bells

The plants came well wrapped but of the 6 I ordered, one is considerably smaller. I don’t know if some of it died off before planting (within 2 days by my landscaper) or if I just didn’t notice it arriving in that condition. The color is magnificent and I love them.

D
D.H. (New York)
Replace plants for Dolce® 'Wildberry' Coral Bells.

Ordered approximately 18 plants. Six plants died. Contacted customer support. Asked to send a pic of the dead plants. Replacements sent in two days. That simple ! Great place to order plants AND they stand behind them as well.

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D.H. (Kentucky)
Great Plants!

Received my Wildberry Coral Bells (plants, not seeds) and they are quite healthy and nice size pots. They were packaged carefully so as not to arrive damaged and arrived quickly. I'm very happy with my purchase and hope they thrive over in my shady part of the garden. Added a picture so you can see how they looked when they arrived (right out of the box). Thank you for such high quality, healthy plants. I'm very impressed and will definitely place future orders!

M
M.M. (Texas)
Too Early Yet but so far all is great!

I planted the Coral Bells around my new water feature in the front. It is a shade to partial shade area. I have more deer than people in the area it seems so I needed deer resistant plants. I have had them in the ground a month and they are doing OK. No deer has touched them which suggests that they don't like them or they haven't discovered them yet. They haven't taken off growing yet but they are also not dying. For now I have my fingers crossed that when it gets cooler here in the fall they will take off and grow.

Customer Reviews

Based on 32 reviews
69%
(22)
13%
(4)
3%
(1)
3%
(1)
13%
(4)
B
B. (Texas)
Beautiful Plant

Planted in part shade/part sun and it is doing well. I haven't seen the white flowers mentioned in description. I may have missed that window since mine was planted in September. Hopefully, I'll see them next year. Until then, I am really enjoying this plant in my garden.

J
J.S. (Massachusetts)
Dolce “Wildberry” coral bells

The plants came well wrapped but of the 6 I ordered, one is considerably smaller. I don’t know if some of it died off before planting (within 2 days by my landscaper) or if I just didn’t notice it arriving in that condition. The color is magnificent and I love them.

D
D.H. (New York)
Replace plants for Dolce® 'Wildberry' Coral Bells.

Ordered approximately 18 plants. Six plants died. Contacted customer support. Asked to send a pic of the dead plants. Replacements sent in two days. That simple ! Great place to order plants AND they stand behind them as well.

D
D.H. (Kentucky)
Great Plants!

Received my Wildberry Coral Bells (plants, not seeds) and they are quite healthy and nice size pots. They were packaged carefully so as not to arrive damaged and arrived quickly. I'm very happy with my purchase and hope they thrive over in my shady part of the garden. Added a picture so you can see how they looked when they arrived (right out of the box). Thank you for such high quality, healthy plants. I'm very impressed and will definitely place future orders!

M
M.M. (Texas)
Too Early Yet but so far all is great!

I planted the Coral Bells around my new water feature in the front. It is a shade to partial shade area. I have more deer than people in the area it seems so I needed deer resistant plants. I have had them in the ground a month and they are doing OK. No deer has touched them which suggests that they don't like them or they haven't discovered them yet. They haven't taken off growing yet but they are also not dying. For now I have my fingers crossed that when it gets cooler here in the fall they will take off and grow.