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Contact Information

Ginny Pearce
Grand Rapids, MI 49546
Phone: (616) 954-0416
E-mail: [email protected]

Garden visitors are welcome by appointment. Please call or e-mail to arrange a mutually convienient appointment and for directions.

Ordering Information:

All sales orders are filled on a first-come first-served basis. Please call or e-mail about your choices so that plant availability can be checked before filling your order. A printed invoice will be included with each shipment. Plant material is state inspected annually. Some cultivars are in limited supply so you are encouraged to order early to avoid disappointment. Every effort will be made to update the website frequently. For local mid-western Michigan customers, arrangements can be made for pick up to avoid shipping costs all together. Personal checks and money orders are preferred. PayPal is also accepted with an additional fee of 4% of purchase.

Shipping Information:

Daylilies are blooming size double fans (DF), freshly dug, and trimmed with the roots washed before being boxed and shipped by USPS Priority Mail to domestic locations. Canadian customers should contact me about phytosanitary certificate cost and my possible travel to Ontario in the spring. Some of the most recent introductions may be sold as single fan (SF) divisions. Shipping cost is $15.00 for the first plant plus $3.00 per additional plant ($2.00 per additional plant for orders of 10 or more plants). Please add $5.00 per shipment for addresses west of the Rockies. Be sure to provide a clear delivery address plus a phone number and e-mail address. Shipping generally begins in early May and concludes in September but is reliant on weather conditions. Once payment has cleared, every effort will be made to work with your preferred shipping date. You will be notified when your order has been shipped. If you are not happy with the plants received, please do not plant them. Instead, return them within 24 hours for a full refund.

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