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Postage and Handling charges
The months we ship plants
Four ways to order

We ship plants MARCH, APRIL, MAY and then again in SEPTEMBER and OCTOBER.
Spring and fall blooming bulbs are shipped SEPTEMBER and OCTOBER.

Plants are NOT shipped DECEMBER, JANUARY.
Plants are NOT shipped JUNE, JULY and AUGUST.

Plant shipments in FEBRUARY and NOVEMBER depend upon the weather.


Four ways to order:

  1. Print out order form and mail it with check, money order, or credit card information. If you want Email confirmation of your order, please give us your Email address. We will not sell or give your name or Email address to anyone!

  2. Print out order form and fax it to 513-892-2053 with credit card information.

  3. Call us at with your order.
    Our office hours are 9:30am to 4:30pm (Eastern Standard Time) Tuesday-Saturday, and noon to 4:30pm Sunday.
    We are closed Sunday beginning in June.

  4. Include your credit card information at your own risk. If you do email us your credit card number, divide your card number into two parts, and send them to us in two separate emails. Or email the order and call us with your credit card information.

Postage and Handling:

Postage & Handling East of Mississippi West of Misssissippi
Orders up to $24.99 $11.95 $12.95
Orders from $25.00 to $49.99 $13.95 $14.95
Orders $50.00 and over 22% of order 24% of order
Trees and shrubs shipped in oversize boxes (4'-6') will have an addtional shipping fee of $10.00 each. For larger shrubs or trees @ 3' , and roses shipped with soil, there is an addtional $5.00 each. This is a pass through of the UPS "oversize box charge".

Alaska and Hawaii orders are sent postage charged by carrier plus $5.00 handling

GUARANTEE: Each order we send will be filled with stock of fine quality, packed with care to reach you in good live growing condition. If you are not entirely satisfied, return it at once for refund minus postage.

We are not responsible to replace plants that have failed due to conditions beyond our control such as possible neglect, weather, growing conditions or the lack of experience on the part of the gardener.

A Word About Native Plants: We offer many native varieties because we like them, but we do not collect them from the wild. We grow them from cuttings or seeds, and are listed as Native.

Prices subject to change.

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Last updated 2017 Jan.20