We will resume shipping potted plants about mid October and bare root plants (blueberry and muscadine plants) about mid November. You can still schedule an appointment to pick up plants based on our work/sleep schedule, off days and if we have prior personal plans. We do not have a public business, so no regular business hours.
We will no longer ship plants West of the Rockies unless you are willing to pay extra for shipping and handling, because it is costing more than we charge. Contact me prior to purchase, if you want to purchase plants and are willing to pay the extra.
We do not ship to other countries or to California or Hawaii due to phyto certificate cost and requirements or to Alaska or outside the 48 continental United States.
We are now growing many varieties of camellias, many varieties of japanese maples and many other landscape plants. Most japanese maples must be picked up locally as well as larger camellias and other plants due to size and weight.
Blueberry, fig, muscadine and thornless blackberry plants are available potted for local pick up. We ship blueberry, fig, muscadine and thornless blackberry plants starting mid to late November or early December (depending on when they begin to go dormant) through late March to mid April (depending on when they break dormancy/start growing). This is the ideal, best and correct time to plant these when they are dormant or semi-dormant (if the ground is not frozen, they can be planted). The earlier you plant the better, because the roots grow and establish themselves while the top of the plant is dormant. You can contact us to purchase potted plants year round for local pick up only.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for wholesale quotes on blueberry, fig, muscadine and/or thornless blackberry plants. Minimum wholesale purchase 25 plants and you can mix types to reach 25.
Times of availability are estimates and may vary, depending on the weather and growing conditions.
For health reasons (hip replacement and SI joint destroyed by arthritis) I am selling most of my lotus collection, because of the weight.