We ship our herbicide or pesticide free plants all year but IF the temperatures are too high to ship plants safely we can postpone shipment to the fall. We also can keep your plants through the winter IF you are in a colder zone than Zone 7-8 ( where you can plant through the winter) or if for some reason you want to plant later. Let us know WHEN You would like to get your shipment and it will be there at the best time for your needs. We are in zone 7, so the plants are tolerant to very cold temperatures as well as are tolerant to the hot weather and can be planted all summer.The only thing You must watch carefully in summer is WATERING. Please, do it REGULARLY to have the plants rooted in faster and to get a better crop. Please, do not replant Honeyberries and Raspberries in an instant! Let them rest for several days (3-4) after shipping. Do not put them in bright sunny hot place right after traveling in the darkness in the box! Please, read on the website how to grow our berries. All instructions are on line! Note for sizes less than 1 gallon: If you are not sure on your gardening skills or the weather is too cold/hot it is better - for cold weather to wait for warmer conditions to replant into the ground. For extreme heat conditions it is easier to replant into one-two sizes larger pots ( depends on size of the plant) and keep until under 80F degrees. This way your plants will grow much faster than being repotted into the ground. You can maintain them much easier this way.Guarantee: There are so many variables to a plant's survival which we explain in our " Articles" section that can affect the well-being of your plant. Because of this, once you have received your plants safely, it is no longer under guarantee. But we are ALWAYS more than happy to assist you if you're having trouble with a plant or its care.
In our shipping boxes, we use Popcorn packing as it is safer for the plants but take caution! If you are outside on a windy day when you open the box, you may get a popcorn shower!
If You have any questions about Your plants, please E-MAIL us email@example.com or call us (479)846-6030! We are very busy this time of the year and sometimes we are late with answering Your phone calls, just call again!! But we check the voice mail every other hour.
Your planting success is very important to us. To ensure prompt, reliable delivery of your order, Berries Unlimited ships all of its products via FedEx they will send You an e-mail with T#. Your order will be shipped once the particular bush you have ordered becomes available for shipping. Note: Your order might be delayed due to weather conditions! If you want to have different shipping address and do not know how to do it online, please, send us an e-mail or just call 479-846-6030 and we'll change Your shipping address on the invoice. Please e-mail if you have any questions.
Shipments to the continental United States cost a minimum of $19.75 per order. If your subtotal is over $100.00US then shipping cost will be 22% of the subtotal. We do not ship to Alaska, Hawaii and Canada. We ship books internationally and wholesale Honeyberries to Canada. We also cannot ship to a post office box. We must have a physical address.
Orders are accepted on condition they may be voided or delayed without liability to seller due to delay or failure to deliver caused by crop failure, inclement weather, drought, hail, flood, fire, frost, freeze, strikes, or other causes beyond our control. It is understood that all orders accepted are subject to availability of stock at time of delivery.
We reserve the right to substitute and ship the next grade larger or smaller in the same container size, at the current price of that grade if the grade ordered is not available.
We reserve the right to substitute a similar variety of our plants if one you ordered is not available for immediate shipment.
Please, e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Returns are accepted for a credit within 10 days of the shipping date (minus the original shipping cost). Minimum Replacement cost is $25.00US or 20% of the value of the plant whichever is more.