The following abbreviations identify the understock of our rose varieties.
OR = Own Root
DH = Dr. Huey
MF = Multiflora
Each type of root stock has specific advantages for site conditions and climate. Some rose varieties are only available on certain understock.
All products such as potted roses, dahlia tubers, and culinary herbs are sent via UPS Ground. Plants arrive within 2-5 days after shipping date.
Shipping charges are determined by dimensional weight and destination. Dimensional weight is the overall size of the box or weight, whichever is greater. Most of the time, the size of the box is the determining factor.
Potted Roses are available throughout most the year, and can be planted anytime your soil can be worked (not frozen).
If you would like us to hold your order, just let us know!
Dahlia tubers are shipped in mid-April, and continue through the end of the month. Tuber orders are shipped in the order they were received.
No early shipping of tubers.
While we would love to share the beauty of our farm with everyone, our farm is not currently open to the public.
Occasionally, yes. We enjoy hosting a variety of teachers with special skills that want to share their knowledge with others. Any upcoming events will be announced on the website and on social media.
Cancellations on orders placed through our store are subject to a 10% credit card processing and product restocking fee.
We guarantee our plants and tubers to be true to identified variety, have eyes (tubers) and are healthy at the time of shipping.
These are living viable plants and tubers, and once they leave our farm we are not responsible for adverse weather, neglect, site conditions, or customer growing habits as they are beyond our control.
It is imperative that you unpack your plants and tubers immediately upon arrival, and take necessary steps to ensure proper planting and care.
If you have concerns with your order, please contact us within 24 hours of receipt.
Please send your unanswered questions to email@example.com We will respond as soon as we can.
Home Page Photo
The sumptous pile of roses on my antique table was picked from our field and captured in the lens that same day by the wildly talented Georgianna Lane, photograper and author, who lives in Paris, France. Please visit her site at www.georgiannalane.com to see a collection of her inspiring books on flowers and other floral media.