If you need an order shipped ASAP, please shoot first and ask questions later…getting your order in is the single most important step, and is more likely to guarantee the species/size you want [first come, first served].
IF YOU DON’T GET A REPLY WITHIN 24 HOURS, PLEASE CHECK YOUR SPAM/JUNK FOLDER. We’re pretty quick with answers, and prefer email because we can copy/paste very well thought out answers to common questions. Another possibility is that you entered your email incorrectly so you’ll never see our really well thought out answers 🙁
Send Rick a text at 803-265-7533 [no phone calls please!] from 8am-10pm 7 days a week
If you ever saw me trying to clean off my hands and get to the phone before it goes to voicemail and then play a game of phone tag with multiple customers, you would understand why we gave up on phone calls years ago. For the sake of accuracy [and our own sanity when working 70 hr weeks], we decided the phone was not worth it. We are not a large corporation and don’t have an expensive phone system or a secretary. If ordering online gives you the creeps, then please contact us via email above to arrange your order and payment or just use our mailorder form [but check availability first!].
Click around our site to the size and species of evergreen that you would like [seedling, plug seedling, transplant, plug transplant]. If it’s marked as sold out, we can’t ship it right now, but we may be able to ship it to you later in the year. We post future availability information on the page of each sold out tree species/size, and we also send announcements via our very unobtrusive email list.
Sizes are listed in the photos for each species and size of evergreen, and refer to “above ground height” [does not include roots]. Note that if you order now but choose a later ship date, that may affect the size of your trees…here’s why >>
We avoid the high cost of printing and mailing catalogs to keep our prices as low as possible. Besides, our availability may change weekly during the spring and fall shipping seasons, so a printed catalog would become outdated before it even hits your mailbox.
We grow and pack and ship your trees in the middle of nursery country, just north of the small city of Grand Haven, MI [a.k.a. Coast Guard City USA!]. Our evergreen trees are field grown in nearby Hudsonville, Allendale and West Olive. Our mailing address is:
PO Box 15
Grand Haven, MI 49417
Wedding Gifts: what trees are best?
We get questions about giving trees as wedding gifts fairly often, and have set up a wedding tree page