We have Flat Rate Postage costs are: Qld $15, NSW and Vic $20, SA and NT $25. No matter how many plants you order your cost is the one flat rate cost for the order. We pick up the extra costs of large orders as a discount to you.
Please note your flat rate shipping charge is for regular post not express . If you would like your plants sent Express Post because you live a far distance or remote area from us (ie South Australia, Northern Territory) please contact us for an express shipping quote. Unfortunately,if it is a super remote area we may not be able to get plants to you safely. If you are in doubt contact us before ordering as we cannot be held responsible for shipping times to remote areas via regular post!!!
Plants that are confirmed as paid by Monday 9a.m. will be sent on Thursday. It takes us time to pick. prepare and pack orders. Flate rate postage in your invoice included posting by eparcel with tracking. If you would like for a signature to be required for delivery please indicate in the "special instructions" box.
Once the order is sent you will receive a confirmation email from Australia Post with your tracking number.You will another email when the package is at your local post office, generally a few days after the lodgement confirmation. If Australia Post does not deem it safe to deliver to your house (i.e. dogs, gates, stairs) you may need to pick up your parcel at the post office.
Shipping times are generally as follows: Qld 2-4 days, Nsw 4-5 days, Vic 7 days Darwin,NT 8 days, SA 8 days
If you don't receive your plants within the time frame given please contact us asap so we can have a trace put on the package. We have very few problems with eparcel but you can rest easy as we are happy to replace plants if a parcel is lost in the mail.
We do not ship to WA or Tasmania. We do not export to other countries.
Plants purchased in winter will require special care. Tropical plants will need to be kept in a hothouse or somewhere where temperatures are consistently over 15 degrees with bright light. You can pot your plants up and keep them as indoor potplants for winter and then plant in spring.