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389 Buchanans Rd
Ph. +64 3 342 1160
Plants are dug in Autumn and most are shipped as bare roots between April and end of May.
NZ orders will receive their plants by courier. Costs are:
Packaging & freight charges:
Christchurch City suburbs only, $3.50
Christchurch Outskirts $10
Kaikoura to Timaru (non Rural Delivery $10, Rural Delivery $16)
Rest of South Island (non Rural Delivery $14, Rural Delivery $20)
North Island up to 5 kg (non Rural Delivery $15, Rural Delivery $21) and each extra 5kg $6
For 21+ plants freight will be at cost and an account will be sent.
NOTE: EXTRA CHARGES MAY APPLY IF ORDER INCLUDES TREE PEONIES, BECAUSE OF THEIR SIZE ESPECIALLY NORTH ISLAND.
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Overseas orders: smaller orders are sent by International Airpost, larger orders by an airfreight company. Cost will be estimated including insurance.
Ordering & Payment
For orders under $150, full payment is required with the order. For orders over $150 made before March, a
minimum deposit of $150 is required, or 20% deposit, whichever is the greater. Invoice for the balance owing is
to be paid when invoice is sent out late February. Full payment to be paid for orders from March onwards.
Payment can be made by internet banking, cheque or overseas electronic transfer.
Phytosanitary Certificate & Agricultural Inspection
Most overseas countries require a Phyto Cert. The cost for this is approximately US$77.
The Agricultural Inspection Fee depends on the number of plants being sent. We can estimate
this when we know the size of the order.
Before shipping overseas, we may need an Import Permit from your country's Quarantine Authority.
We are happy to dip plants in the relevant insecticides etc, if required by the permit.
Overseas purchasers will need to find out regulations from their own Quarantine Authority in
Quality Of Plants
All plants will have a minimum of 3 buds unless specified otherwise with good sized storage root and will leave NZ in good
All tree peonies are established on their own roots unless a grafted plant has been agreed to. Bud numbers are not considered with tree peonies, rather just the overall quality of the plant.