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Shipping/Terms/Conditions

Spring shipping: April 1 - June 1. While early spring shipping is preferable for these cold-hardy plants, they have a track record of surviving several days in transit in warmer temps. We will attempt to notify you via email with a tracking # when we ship out your order.

If you have a preferred ship date, just let us know, otherwise approx dates that we begin to ship:
 Zone 6-9: April 1
 Zone 5: April 10
 Zone 3-4: April 20

Summer shipping: We will ship into mid June or later but do not guarantee availability of everything on the website, in which case we will arrange with you for shipping in the fall or following spring, or issue a refund. Local customers may contact us for availability and schedule a visit to the farm.

Fall shipping: late October/early Nov. Most larger sizes are available for digging and shipping bareroot. We reserve the right to place some items on backorder for early spring shipping.

Please note that we will do as much as we can to facilitate a timely shipment, but depending on various scheduling issues, your order may be delayed from the initial estimated ship date. If so, we will attempt to notify you via email and we greatly appreciate your patience. However, if you have not heard from us or received a tracking # within a week of expected shipping, or have other questions, you are welcome to contact us. During the busiest weeks, we mail out orders all five days of the week. One day extra layover is not a problem as we ensure the roots are moist enough for several days of travel. Please note that Paypal states your order will be shipped within 1-5 days. I don't know how to change Paypal's statement that we will ship in 1-5 days as we cannot always guarantee 1-5 days due to various scheduling contstraints, but we will do our best to work with you according to your needs if you just drop us a note.

Availability: We will notify you in as timely a manner as possible if we are out of stock on an item and not send you a substitute prior to checking with you.


Shipping & Handling:

We carefully package your plants using recycled or biodegradable materials whenever possible. Orders are shipped via USPS Priority Mail, UPS ground, or Speedee Delivery, with expected delivery of 1-5 business days depending on your location. Shipping/handling rates for plants under 2 feet tall:

MN, ND, SD, WI, IA: 1-9 items: $15; 10-19: $20; 20-39: $30; 40-59: $40; 60-99: $50; 100+: $.60/plant
AK: 1-4 items: $22.50; 5-9: $27.50; 10-19: $40 20-39: $50; 40+: $1.20/plant
Other States: 1-4 items: $20; 5-9: $25; 10-19: $30, 20-39: $40; 40-49: $50; 50+: $1/plant
Surcharge may be applied to large orders of taller plants.
Local pickup: Please contact us by phone or email

Honeyberry 4-Pack and 6-Pack specials ship for the price of 1 item.

Canada: We recommend you look for a supplier in Canada.
International: We are sorry we cannot ship to the European Union. Please check with your country's department of agriculture regarding importing plants. If needed, a phytosanitary certificate ($81), mileage and time for inspector (approx $85) and handling fee will cost a total of $185. Shipping: approx. $2/plant. Bare root plants can be shipped when they are dormant, between November and March. We will work with you to achieve the best possible success, but due to to factors beyond our control during shipping and customs, we are unable to provide the same guarantee as for national shipping. You are welcome to contact us with any further questions.


Wholesale:

Wholesale pricing available for 50+ plants. Please contact us by phone, snail mail, or email, with your order.


Payment:

Payment will be accepted by Cash, Check, Money Order, Paypal, or Credit Card (online sales only). We are unable to accept credit card numbers over the phone, but if you contact us by phone or email we will be happy to send you an invoice payable by check. 25% down on orders over 100 plants, remainder due prior to shipping. 6.875% tax will be added to MN orders.


Guarantee & Planting Instructions:

Plants are guaranteed to be in good health when shipped. Plants propagated the previous year are shipped in early spring. They will most likely still be dormant. Actively growing plants propagated this year may be shipped in late spring and fall. All plants have a healthy root system, which is of greater consequence than the actual shipped size. Small sized plants are normally shipped in 2.5" pots, larger ones may be potted or dug and shipped bareroot. Please view our Flickr site for Customer Submitted fotos.

If there is any problem with your order, please notify us withing two weeks and we work with you to resolve any issues. We issue credit or refunds for any plants that do not break dormancy. Unfortunately, due to all the variable factors in fall planting we are unable to extend any guarantee over the winter. Be sure to follow planting and care instructions and view a short planting video

Our varieties of honeyberries are recommended for zones 2-3, considered adaptable to zones 4-6, and experimental for zones 7-8. Great care should be given to plants in the warmer zones, planting in partial to full shade and given extra water.

We are not responsible for damage due to shipping error, flood, fire, drought, insect, bird, deer, rabbit, mouse, excessive warm or cold temperatures and unfavorable growing conditions.

We are not a high-falutin' corporation so while we take care to package the plants, we do not use individual plastic form fitted enclosures, so ocassionally labels may fall off and plants may be jostled in shipping.

We will supply larger sizes per availability. In the case a smaller size shipped, a refund for the difference will be issued.

In the case we are unable to supply a certain item due to factors beyond our control (weather, supply from our propagators, etc.) we will notify our customers and place item on back order for the following year.

Note on spring vs fall planting: So far, spring planting has shown higher survival rates than fall planting. More factors are involved in fall planting which are hard to measure, whereas with spring planting one can tell within a few weeks if the plant is going to survive. But scheduling and other factors may still make it worthwhile to plant in the fall.


Propagation:

Any propagation of the plants purchased from HoneyberryUSA is strictly prohibited without a license agreement. The Purchaser agrees to fully comply with this condition when purchasing plants.


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