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Please Note:

Pre-order now for spring 2015 shipping!

 

A. How we ship

Buyperennials times its shipments from Holland so that our product arrives at the proper planting time (depending on climatic conditions) for each area of North America.

Our perennials are carefully inspected by the USDA. After receiving a quality-certificate they are packed and shipped to the U.S.A. in temperature controlled containers to ensure quality at arrival. You get an e-mail from Buyperennials when your order is shipped from Holland. Shipping from Holland generally takes about 3 to 4 weeks (temperature controlled).

Weather permitting, we begin shipping at the end of January, our shipping season closes at the end of March. Please keep in mind that perennials are susceptible to temperature extremes. Therefore, this schedule may be delayed.

Unfortunately, we are unable to offer a specific delivery day. However, we can put a note on your parcel asking the carriers to leave in a safe place or try a neighbour. We can also arrange for your parcel to be delivered to an alternative address.

To insure prompt delivery of your order, please give us your delivery address as complete as possible, including street address and post office box, where applicable. Each order must have a valid and working telephone number. UPS and FedEx do not accept orders without a working telephone number. Please review your shipping address carefully.

* Please provide a street address as UPS/FedEx cannot deliver to post office boxes.

* We stop taking orders for spring 2014 shipping on January 15th 2015.

Buyperennials doesn’t ship to:

Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Guam, APO/FPO addresses and Canada.

 

B. Shipping and handling charges

Buyperrenials works with fixed shipping/handling costs:

Add 15% to total amount ordered.

 

Please Note:

In order to give our customers the best price and service, Buyperennials has a minimum order size of $150,- .

 

   'Boxes of Dicentras and Liatrises ready to be shipped to the United States'