Currently only shipping trees to: AL, AR, GA, NC, SC. All other orders will be be held & shipped in April. We Can't ship to AZ, CA, HI, FL, LA, TX

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

These are answers to some of the more frequently asked questions that we get from potential customers.  If you have additional questions not answered below, please do not hesitate to contact us and ask.

  • Do you ship to CANADA?
    No, we do not ship to Canada.

  • Do you ship to FLORIDA?
    No, we do not ship to Florida.

  • Do you ship to California?
    No, we do not ship to California.

  • Where else can't you ship?
    We do not ship to AZ, CA, FL, HI, LA, TX or Outside of the US (No shipping to Canada)

  • I placed my order yesterday and it didn't ship yet?
    We ship on the next Monday or Tuesday after your order is placed.  So its possible your order will not ship for 5 or 6 days depending on when you place your order.  Shipping could be delayed due to cold weather.

  • Its cold here right now but.. Can I pay now and you ship in the spring?
    As a result of enough people asking we have changed our policy on allowing orders to be held until spring shipping.  If a tree is in stock, you can now place an order from a state, that we can ship to, but currently aren't shipping to due to weather restrictions.  Those orders will be pulled and maintained separately until we can ship your order in the first few weeks of April.  We will not however be able to ship orders early to fit them into "warm weather" windows.

  • Are your trees grafted?
    Yes all of our citrus trees are grafted unless unless otherwise noted.

  • What rootstock are your varieties grafted to?
    We use a variety of rootstock that vary per variety but has been selected for best reliability, and best attributes for that variety.  Some of the rootstock we use is Rich 16-6, Carrizo, Rubidoux, and 942.

  • What kind of pots do your trees ship in?
    Our trees grow and then ship in 4" x 4" x 13.5" Tall Tree Pots.  We choose to grow and ship in these larger containers because we believe it allows us to provide our customers with a healthier tree.  While its true that we could use smaller 2" x 2" x 8" pots and increase productivity per sq ft and possible slightly less shipping fees but we believe the health and quality of the tree delivered to our customer matters more.

  • What should I do when my trees arrive?
    Unbox your trees as soon as they arrive.  We use 2 types of soil, a fast drying soil and a slow drying soil, both of which are high quality soils that should not be removed from the trees roots.  If you are going to repot your tree, use a pot that is at least 14" deep.  Carefully remove the pot from the tree, without disturbing the soil add your preferred potting mix around the existing soil.  Fill pot almost to the top but do not plant the tree any deeper than it was originally  planted.