Haven't had any trouble with the PO, but FedEx has been terrible. A box clearly labeled "FRAGILE" on all sides looked like it had been used as a basketball. DD had a similar experience.Don't you hate it when the Post Office just doesn't care?!?
My peach trees were sent UPS and arrived bare rooted and leafed out.
Once, when I was on the phone to the credit card company, they asked me to confirm my bank as Manfacturers and Traders. I almost said "no" before realizing that that was what M&T (the name I knew it as, and the name printed on everything) stood for!Huh, I always thought A & W stood for Albert and Walter? Looks like I was wrong!
Well, that set me off on a little research. We always have basil started and ready to go for the Spring. Always a sweet Italian and a Thai sweet. Frequently, others -- including one called Lime.Ocimum americanum, 'Lime Basil' is nearly 6 inches now and smelling and tasting fantastic. I know there is an Italian type basil called 'Lemon' as well as one called 'Lime' - this is not those, which are Ocimum basilicum.