We do not ship any bulbs or plant materials outside of Canada due to costly government documentation for customs clearance.
A standard shipping and handling charge is $8.00 for seeds only in Canada.
Our busiest months are April, May and June.........we are processing orders 7-10 business days excluding holidays.
All on-farm activities are presently SUSPENDED to the public with NO curbside pick-up. There are no farm pickups or visits until the COVID-19 ban is lifted.
In order to avoid Canada Post high volumes and transit times, we ship all deliveries by Xpress Post only with tracking number
It is the buyer's risk and responsibility to check your Country's rules for imported seeds. We do try to accommodate clients as much as we can without violating any foreign policies.
Due to the global situation caused by the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic there may be delays to postal services due to high volumes. Might we ask that you please be patient during this difficult time and allow a little bit longer than usual for your order to arrive.
We are open for business through our online store only.
Due to high volumes we will advise you by email when your order will be shipped and provide a tracking number.
Plants and bulbs are shipped when they are dug, see the item description for available dates. Your satisfaction is our priority during these challenging times.
All "plant" orders are shipped out on a Monday to allow one full week of transit time. We send all our packages by Xpress with a tracking number to try to avoid long transit times. We do NOT recycle boxes for shipping, all of our shipping materials are one-time use only.
The good news! We grow out most of our seed varieties and 2021 was a bumper crop. Keep checking the website shop for new and exciting varieties that grow in our unique part of the world....latitude 44 in the City of Kawartha Lakes, Ontario.
Please e-mail us if you have any questions.
Happy Gardening, be safe and take care.
Force Majeure Event
We are not responsible for Slow or interrupted delivery of goods which could be affected by a "Force Majeure Event" .
A "Force Majeure Event" is an event which is beyond Our reasonable control and which may include but shall not be limited to: (1) acts of terrorism, insurrection, riots, civil unrest and military action; (2) the exercise of emergency powers by any local, regional or national governmental authority; (3) fire, flood, earthquake, storm and other natural disasters; (4) industrial action, strikes and lock-outs; (5) pandemic; plandemic, scamdemic, shamdemic (6) blockage or embargo; and (7) the failure or delay of supplies of power, fuel, transport, equipment, telecommunications systems, Internet or other goods and/or services (including any third party materials);