Here is a zone map for your use along with a guide to determine your zone
sample pot sizes
Our shipping prices are determined based on the size and number of pots being ordered. There is a $15 minimum shipping and handling charge on almost all orders
(gift certificates, gift cards and catalogs not included) and a $25 minimum on any order with pots larger than 1 Gallon. Plants larger than 5 Gallon can generally not be sent via UPS and have to be sent freight - please call us for a quote 434.361.9134.
Due to weather conditions ('extreme' temperatures during transit) we may need to ship your order 3 day select. Depending on your location this can be the only way to ship at this time of year to insure your plants arrive healthy. This shipping method is generally used for orders over 1000 miles. Shipping cost for 3 day is higher than the listed price on your order, cost is based on the weight and size of the package. We will contact you before shipping if this will be needed.
|2 & 2.5 Inch Pots|
|$1.00 These are very young plants and may need special attention|
|3 & 3.5 Inch Pots|
|4 & 4.5 Inch Pots|
|7 Gallon and larger|
We can not ship to Canada
**Canadian Ag has made it almost impossible to import our plants. The inspections required are extreme for the number of orders we currently export to Canada. Until further notice we will not ship to Canada. We are sorry for any inconvenience.
International other than Canada
orders have to be shipped bare root (free of soil) and leafless (completely dormant). In our area plants are dormant from December to about early March. Roots of plants will be wrapped in peat moss and news print then placed in a plastic bag. Restricted items will not be shipped. International orders require a Phytosanitary Certificate. Cost for this certificate is $60. 1 certificate must accompany each box, most orders can be shipped in 1 box.
We can ship United States Postal Service or United Parcel Service. USPS could take up to 3 weeks, but is less expensive. The best way we have found to export is UPS, they are easiest to track and will assist in expediting your order through customs. UPS shipped orders usually arrive in about 8 to 10 days.
Your order is inspected by an USDA Agent before packaged. He will inspect and review the order to be sure it complies with regulations and complete as listed on the Phytosanitary inspection certificate. We are not responsible for items being delayed, damaged or missing from the package as your order will opened more than once on its journey.
Shipping cost is calculated on weight and dimension of the package. A small package of 21" x 5" x 5" weighing 2 pounds can cost $100 just to ship with UPS. The same package with USPS will average $50 to ship.
You may choose either shipping method. Purchaser assumes all responsibility.
Our Guarantee is extended for one growing season. Edible Landscaping does not guarantee for things out of our control, like frost damage, winter kill or drought. Please call if you are having problems with a plant, many times we can help figure out what the issue is.
If you are in a colder winter area and you are planting figs, persimmons, pomegranate, tea, or feijoa in the fall, it is our advise not to order plants in the quart size or smaller until next spring. Marginal plants are best planted in the spring, and we do not guarantee marginal plants for fall planting. Usually poor results are obtained planting indoors after receiving fall plants unless you are experienced. The same goes with receiving fall orders and storing plants indoors, or protecting plants in cool or cold storage. Plants should go into the ground soon after the shipment is received. Our guarantee is void if plants are handled any other way after shipment. If stored, do not let it dry out. Our warranty does not cover winter kill on figs, pomegranate or Feijoa when planted in marginal areas. If you must plant outside, chose a site protected from the wind and plan your mulching around Thanksgiving to Christmas about 3" deep and about a 3' circle. 2" potted plants are our smallest size and are not guaranteed for the season. 2" potted plants sent for fall planting in zones north of 7b can be risky because of winter temperatures. 2 inch pots are best planted in the spring or cultivated with experience.
We reserve the right to request the return of dead items. Shipping is charged for replacement plants. If an item is damaged in shipping please call asap and retain the box for UPS so a damage claim can be filed.