How Our Common Carrier Shipping Works:
For customers who are not within our Local Delivery area, we are happy to now be able to ship to your location using Common Carrier. Simply put, we can now ship trees and plants to you using FedEx & UPS.
Each order is carefully packed by one of our team members and prepared for it's journey to it's new home. We take special care to ensure that your plants arrive to you in healthy condition, ready for planting.
We recommend un-boxing your order as soon as you receive it. Unwrap any packaging and promptly water your new babies. They're probably thirsty from their voyage. Make sure to store your plants outside until they are planted. If you do not plant them right away, make sure to keep them well watered. For planting and care instructions, please see our FAQ's.
Plants really aren't made to live in cardboard boxes, so they may look a little off when they first arrive. You may see some discoloring or weeping. They are living things and just need some TLC from you, their new owner, to regain their vigor.
If there was an issue during transit, please make us aware within 24 hours so that we can help you right away.
Please note that not all plants are available for Common Carrier Shipping. Some of our trees listed for sale are too big or too heavy to be sent via FedEx or UPS. If theater you selected can not be sent via common carrier, you will see a note in your cart indicating so. In some cases, smaller sizes of that plant may be available for Common Carrier Shipping. Try selecting a smaller size.
Please note, if you are interested in products that are too big to be shipped to your location, we may be able to provide an "LTL" freight quote. Contact customer service at email@example.com if you are interested in obtaining a quote.
We currently offering shipping to all or portions of the following states:
New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Maine, Vermont ,Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Kentucky, Tennessee, Ohio, Michigan, Illinois, Wisconsin, Missouri