For beautiful, healthy plants and knowledgeable, friendly service, this is the only nursery for me. Lost Mountain Nursery a joy to visit in any season and I credit them for the enjoyment I receive from my own garden year after year. The best in town.
Posted: 3/31/2013 • Link to this review
My experience with the customer service at Lost Mountain Nursery has been very positive. I was unable to pick up some plants after I purchased them due to unexpected illness, and they graciously worked with me. During their non-peak hours they have very patiently answered my gardening questions, have looked at photos of my garden areas and have advised me about which plant species would work best for the setting. The quality of their plants beats any other place locally and their container gardens are stunning. They carry varieties not easily found at the larger garden centers. It is a great place for a serious gardener to get ideas. I highly recommend this nursery!
Posted: 3/30/2012 • Last edited: 4/06/2012 • Link to this review
Having driven past dozens+++ of times on 120 by the Cobb/Paulding line, we finally stopped in to check it out and possibly buy some plants. Wow what an incredible nursery! We previously went to the marginally-to-fairly acceptable Rambo nursery but probably won't do that again. The plants as Lost Mountain are much higher quality and better condition than what we've seen at Rambo, and big boxes like Home Depots or Lowes or Pikes can't even compare, not remotely. As a bonus the people at Lost Mountain are very knowledgeable, helpful and nice too, plus the whole place is just really neat. We wandered around a lot more than necessary just because we wanted to see everything! It felt a lot like a garden rather than a nursery, but you can buy the plants! That's what they're there for!!
Posted: 7/28/2011 • Link to this review
I have purchased plants and trees from Lost Mountain for 3 years, and everything I have gotten has thrived. They are very knowledgeable , have a good selection, and won't sell you something that won't work for your particular circumstances. Well worth the drive.
Posted: 3/01/2011 • Link to this review