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By: jdomke1
Perez Nursery
I don't know about the last reviewer. It's obvious he posted before getting his issue resolved. I asked about him and they said they tried numerous times to fix it but he was never home and didn't return calls. Perez nursery did a great job with helping me select my trees and palms. The owner personally assisted me and I felt she was very genuine and friendly. I'll definitely return when I start my next section of my back yard.
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By: review-4u
Perez Nursery
I would not recommend these people at all or their plants or service! I purchased 10 trees at the tune of $150 each and paid them $35 a piece to plant them in my back yard. In 6 months half had to be replaced due to being sold trees with roots gowing out of the containers or box and not being told this when they arrived to plant these trees. As I am writing this review, it took me 4 solid months of calling every day and making personal trip out to this business to get this last redwood replaced. What a rip off, not to mention a waste of my time and hard earned money.What makes me really mad is the owner herself was the one who sold me these trees and said she would stand behind the plants. In September I reported yet another dead tree to be replaced and she wrote up the work order and today four months later I get my tree replaced.Things have "gone to pot literally at Perez". The plants are not good quaility and customer service...well there isn't any period. Want to spend too much and get a headache this is the place to do it!Stay away from the rip off team at Perez.
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