What states do you ship your plants to?
We ship to the following states: AL, AR, CT, DE, GA, IA, IL, IN, LA, KS, KY, MA, MD, ME, MI, MN, MO, MS, NC, NH, NJ, NY, OH, OK, PA, RI, SC, TN, VA, VT, WI, and WV.
Do I have to order four plants?
Yes, due to how the plants are packed for shipping you must order in increments of four.
Do I have to have my plants shipped by FedEx or UPS?
Yes, to ensure your plants will arrive in good condition we use FedEx and UPS. Your plants will arrive in two to three days after they are shipped. We do not accept PO Box addresses for delivery of live plants. If you live in Batavia, Big Rock, Cortland, DeKalb, Elburn, Genoa, Geneva, Hinckley, Huntley, Kingston, Malta, Maple Park, St. Charles, Sugar Grove, Sycamore, or Waterman, Illinois you can choose the One Seed One Plant shipping method for $8.00. One Seed One Plant will deliver your plants to your home.
When will you ship my plants?
We will begin shipping plants May 9th, weather dependent. You will receive an email stating when your order has shipped. Plants will only be shipped on Mondays and Tuesdays to ensure that they arrive to their destination before the weekend. We use UPS and FedEx to ensure your plants arrive in good condition. We do not accept PO Box addresses for delivery of live plants.
How do I know when you are going to ship my item?
You will receive an email stating that your order has shipped.
What if I order plants and other products will they be shipped at the same time or separate?
We will ship your other products separately using USPS, unless we are currently shipping plants.
What do the letters after disease resistance mean?
Tomato disease resistance identification codes:
V - Verticillium Wilt
F - Fusarium Wilt (FF – Races 1 & 2; FFF - Races 1, 2, & 3)
N - Nematodes
T - Tobacco Mosaic Virus
A - Alternaria
St - Stemphylium (Gray Leaf Spot)
TSWV - Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus
Pepper disease resistance identification codes:
PVY - Potato Y Virus
Tev - Tobacco Etch
TM – Tobamovirus Group
TMV - Tobacco Mosaic Virus
Xcv - Bacterial Spot
What is the difference between a determinate tomato and an indeterminate tomato?
Determinate types grow to a certain height (generally 3 to 4 feet). They stop growing once fruit sets on the top bud. All of the fruit ripen over a short period of time, usually 1 to 2 weeks. Indeterminate types grow and produce fruit the entire season until killed by frost. The plants will continue to flower, set new fruit, and ripen, all at the same time throughout the season.