This information is very readily available, but due to the huge range of requirements of our customers, it is not practical to detail standard pricing and availability information here. To order select PRODUCTS then if you click on the particular item (or select category first then scroll to item) you are interested in that provides a send option to us - add whatever notes you want including number of that plant you are inquiring about/wanting to purchase- that will come to our e-mail box (hopefully provided it did get sent).
Availability will depend on factors such as supply and demand and also in some cases the time of year so whilst we don't want to dissapoint anyone sometimes it just happens that way.
To place an order for ferns within New Zealand, either use the send option within the product choice as explained above or contact us by phone, fax or email.
Delivery within the North Island is easy … Smaller grade product (14cm, pb5 or 17cm pot sizes) we generally will courier. Freight costs are additional to the plants purchased, N.B. 14cm pots we pack 15 per carton and pb5 and 17cm pots 10 per carton. For larger grade product, we dispatch using either specialist plant transporters or freight companies, depending on the nature of your order. We will obtain a quote for the delivery of your product and agree a freight charge and delivery date with you before finalising the order.
We do not send a great deal of product to the South Island due to the freight costs - however, if you are interested in placing an order for delivery to the South Island, feel free to contact us and we'll obtain a quote for the freight and proceed if you are happy with that.
If you'd like a copy of our price list, or a quote for a specific job, just contact us and we'll be happy to assist.
Unfortunately we do not export at this time due to the difficulties in removing all unwanted pests from the trees/plants in preparation for shipment.
Re-locating a tree fern We sometimes get asked the question "we have a tree fern (not sure what variety) and we want to relocate it from its present position - can we do that and will it regrow?"
Notes on Tree Ferns To many people one tree fern looks just the same as any other and we are often asked for a "ponga" and the requester expresses surprise that there is more than one variety!!!