The email to Lowe’s

I sent explained the problem with the plants, but I guess I didn’t tell you all the problem. It’s not that they just had 5-6 seeds per tiny grape, it was that after all the seeds there was literally almost no pulp. They were watered daily, so lack of water wasn’t the problem. We ended up feeding them to the birds because there wasn’t even enough pulp to make juice, because I would have if I could. I have a brand new steamer juicer that dh purchased for me last Christmas for just this job and it’s never been used. The crop is long since gone.
What dh wants to do is prune them back severely and really limit the number of vines we let them set on this next spring to see if that will at least make them make bigger grapes with some pulp on them. He wants to set the “new” seedless grapes in another section of the garden and try again with them come spring. I’m just worried that some how the two might cross and I’d end up with even more heavily seeded grapes. The plants in question were 4 seedless white grapes, 4 seedless red flame grapes and 4 assorted blueberry plants. The blue berries thrived the first spring/summer but did not set on fruit then this spring, despite our best efforts they just shriveled up and died. I love blueberries and I only got about 6 blueberries total off the four plants. Lowe’s is going to replace all 12 plants, or at least give a store credit for them. They want me to come in asap and bring the email. Not sure when I’ll go.