- E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- TOLL FREE IN US : 800-668-9690
- Minimum Order: US $35.00
- Foreign orders, including Canada, have been discontinued for this year. Shipping this year only to lower 48 and Alaska.
Advantages: Easiest to do, least time for you. Shipping charges are automatically calculated online and and your card is charged when you place your order. We welcome Visa, MC, Discover or AMEX. Note: 15% charge to cancel an order made online.
Ordering by Mail or Phone
Advantages: Defer payment, if desired, until Fall shipping time. The cost of shipping will be either be the economy of USPS Flat Rate Priority Mail boxes or the exact cost determined by weight and size. If yours is a large order or bulky package of tree peonies, two charges may be made to your card: One for roots before shipping. Second, for exact cost of shipping after weigh in. Letting us charge your card twice gives us the flexibility we need to keep your shipping rates low.
The U.S. Post Office offers two flat rate boxes that can be used for shipping herbaceous (bush) peonies and trimmed woody (tree) peonies. The smaller box is currently $15.05 and can hold up to 3 peonies. The larger one can hold 4-8 peonies or one tree peony root cut down to fit and costs $21.10. Postage subject to post office changes. More than one tree peony, or tree peonies with stems intact, are shipped in larger boxes at applicable rates. If you’re confused about all this, give Don a call 1-800-668-9690. He’ll help you figure it out in jiffy.
For Mail Orders, download this Order Form.
You can fill out this form while you have it up on your own screen and then download it. Or you can print out the order form and fill in the blanks with a ball point pen. To leave order form and return to website, double click url for www.adpeonies.com at the top of the order form, above your name.
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Stock And Guarantee
A&D Nursery is responsible for sending generous divisions of healthy plants that are very much alive and true to name, but cannot be responsible for any plants lost due to weather or neglect of any kind. Sometimes first year peony blooms don’t look like the picture, in which case, you need a little patience. Color and flower shape improve once the plant has had a chance to grow new roots the first year. But when a red shows up that should have been white, don’t hesitate to call. We regret any inconvenience, but occasionally, as hard as we try to avoid them, mix-ups do occur.
Our roots come from pots as well as from field-grown plants. Roots from pots will look different than field-grown roots, but both achieve the desired result—beautiful, quality peonies plants and blossoms. By the way, the size of the root doesn’t determine the size of the plant. Some peonies produce big roots, some smaller roots. Bigger doesn’t mean better or that you’ll get blooms the first year. Three to five eyes, the industry standard for a quality root, doesn’t mean the plant will have 3 to 5 stems. What matters is receiving a healthy root with adequate eyes and root mass.