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Shipping Information


Our main shipping seasons are in the fall, from late September to late October, and in winter and spring, from early February to early May.

You may specify the approximate date you would like to receive your plants. While we cannot guarantee the exact date of delivery, we will do our best to get your order to you on the date desired. If you do not specify a date, we will ship your plants to arrive at the best planting time for your area. 
Air shipments are usually by US Postal Service Priority and ground shipments are by FedEx Home Delivery. Be sure to give us a street address for FedEx Home Delivery, as orders cannot be delivered to a P.O. Box.

Getting your plants to you in prime condition is very important to us.  We store our bare-root plants under refrigeration so, regardless of where you live, you will receive them in optimum condition, dormant and ready to grow.



All of our potted plants plus bare-root fruit trees, can be shipped by economical ground transport during this time. Take advantage of the mild fall weather to receive your plants and get them in the ground!

Fall Shipping to USDA Zone 6 and below: Please be aware that plants shipped in the fall to these colder regions may not be hardened off sufficiently to survive winter temperatures.  We strongly recommend spring shipping to these areas as we cannot guarantee survival over the winter.


Winter and Spring 2014 shipping will begin the week of February 3rd and will continue through the week of May 5th. Please see the schedule below to determine when you will receive your plants.

West of the Cascade Mountains (Western Oregon, Washington, California and Hawai'i*) - February 3rd through the week of May 5th, weather permitting.

East of the Cascade Mountains - March 31st through the week of May 5th, weather permitting.

Alaska* – April 21st through the week of May 5th, weather permitting.

* Alaska and Hawai'i - Because of long transit times by ground or sea, express shipping by USPS Priority Mail is the only method available for shipment to these states.

Ground Shipping Charges - FedEx Home Delivery Rates

If your order totals      Add

$0 - $25.99               $12.95

$26 - $40.99              $15.95

$41 - $60.99              $18.95

$61 - $90.99              $20.95

$91 - $120                 $22.95

over $120                   18%

Air/Express Shipping - USPS Priority Mail

Available to all regions during fall and spring shipping seasons, weather permitting.  Required for orders shipped to Alaska and Hawaii.

50% of order total (minimum $25.00)

We realize that this is an expensive way to ship.  For some locations and times of year, it is simply the only way to get you your plants in good condition. We trust you will be pleased with the fresh and healthy condition of your plants on arrival.


Order in advance or just come in and place your order! We will fill your order when you arrive. Our Farm Outlet Store is open Fridays and Saturdays from January 31st to May 3, 2014. Store hours are 10AM to 4:30PM. 

Most popular varieties will be available at the store. If we do not have a specific variety in stock, order by noon Thursday and we can have it for pick up the following Saturday.


Please check your order as soon as you receive it and make sure all items are included and accounted for. In the unlikely event that your order is damaged or items are incorrect or missing, we want to help make it right for you. Please contact us as soon as possible by phone at 1-877-353-4028, or e-mail us at We cannot accept responsibility for claims filed more than 10 business days after you have received your order.



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