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PLEASE READ THIS IMPORTANT INFORMATION
When placing your bare root orders, please be aware that AS SOON as the trees/plants are available to ship (Dec. for trees, Jan. for plants), we will begin shipping IMMEDIATELY - no matter where you are located !!!
There are several factors why we must ship immediately:
ATTENTION "POLAR VORTEX" AFFECTED CUSTOMERS
When your order arrives, you should remove it from the outside elements before nightfall. If you will not be present at the destination when the order will be delivered, you should either ship the order to another location or make sure someone will be there to take care of your order.
While your order is hardy enough to withstand freezing temperatures in its box, you definitely should not leave it outside in sub-zero temperatures for days on end.
AS IMPORTANTLY, you then need to open the box, remove the trees/plants from their plastic bag, store them in a basement, cellar or garage, covering their roots with sand, dirt, sawdust or wood chips (do not use cedar that is toxic to the trees) and keep them moist until you are able to plant them in the ground in Spring.
Grow these anti-oxidant packed super fruits right in your yard. Many berries are perfect for edible landscapes -- grow blueberry hedges, and strawberry borders. Instead of paying premium prices for berries at your local market, pluck them from your backyard bushes or plants.
Grow blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, and other cane berries even in cold climates. Hardy cane berries are easy to grow and productive, even in the coldest climates where other fruits may fail.
Strawberries and blueberries may take a little more attention but it's worth it for the succulent, vitamin-rich fruit they produce. For those of you in warm climates, check out our selection of low-chill blueberries, and of course strawberries and cane berries don't mind the heat.
Most berries are available in early January.
All our bare root trees (except Pecan trees), vegetables and berries come with a limited replacement guarantee.
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