General Ordering Information

 

To Place An In-House Order

To place an in-house (retail, wholesale or contract) order, use our Contact Form or call us at 708-534-3988 between 7:30 am–3:30 pm CST, Monday through Friday.

You can find a complete list of species we carry under Our Plants.  You can use the Plant Finder to narrow down the list of species for your needs. Once you have your species list, quantities, and sizes go to our Contact Form and select "I would like to request a quote" as the subject.  We will get back to you with a quote based on our current availability.

Custom Grown Contracts

No project is too large or small.  We require a 25% deposit on all contract grown material and all perennial orders over $100. The minimum order for perennial species' we don't normally carry is 10 flats. You can also provide seed (as long as it's native) so we can propagate your local ecotype. Contact Us

Pricing and Payment Terms

  • We no longer print a paper catalog. The website includes a comprehensive species list.
  • Possibility Place Nursery no longer accepts credit cards for onsite transactions.
  • Perennial orders over $100 require 25% deposit.
  • Deposits are due by March 1st for Pre-Season sales.
  • Deposits are due on order confirmation for all In-Season (Mar-Sept) orders.
  • Deposits on orders are NON-REFUNDABLE in the event of an order cancelation.
  • We will not accept cancellations once plant material has been dug.
  • We will not accept returned merchandise.

Pickups and Deliveries

All merchandise pickups must have an appointment, including both retail and wholesale. Delivery is available on orders over $750 at a rate of $3/mile, roundtrip. Minimum delivery charge is $300. These charges are for in-house deliveries only. Larger orders will be handled by outside shipper and those rates will vary. 

Loading hours are 7:00 am–3:00 pm CST, Monday through Friday, and Saturday 8:00 am–noon. We are closed Sundays and holidays. Please keep in mind our recommended vehicle sizes.

Winter office hours are 8:00 am–3:30 pm CST, Monday through Friday. We are closed between Christmas and New Year’s Day.

Available Sizes

If something you want is unavailable in a certain size, we may offer you a smaller/larger substitution. We can also grow custom sizes by contract. Please note flats come in two sizes: 32 plugs or 18 pints.

Visits and Consults By Appointment Only

We are a working farm and would like to be prepared to receive guests.

What are your root-bag planting specs?

  • Hole width should be about one foot wider than the ball, and 10"–12" deep. If you are planting with an auger, the 30" is a suitable size.
  • The planting of the root-bag material requires that all covering material be removed from the ball before planting. This includes the removal of all rope, burlap, nylon bag and “cap” (white nylon on the bottom of the ball).
  • If the root-flare is not visible at the soil's surface, then a light shaving of the soil from the top of the ball is needed. This is done by using a shovel to remove the top inch or so of soil with a very light hand.
  • When the tree (or shrub) is placed in the hole, the top of the ball should rest 1 to 2 inches above the surface of the surrounding soil before the hole is filled. The ball with settle down into the hole on its own. This is to prevent it from being planted too deep.
  • Mulch should be spread around the tree (or shrub) in a ring that is 3 feet in diameter and 2 to 3 inches deep. Be sure that the mulch is evenly spread and avoid donuts and volcanoes. We recommend coarse mulch or wood chips; they work best and are usually easiest to find.
  • Watering is essential. After the plant is in the ground, it should be watered in, about 5 gallons; do this twice. After that, water 10–15 gallons a week for every week we don't get an inch of rain. Do this over the next 8 to 12 weeks during the growing season.

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