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Priority Mail shipping, Free Package Insurance & Color Planting guides included in your order.
Priority Mail shipping is based on distance (zones) from our zip code (98368, the same way as UPS and FedEX calculate shipping, so we do have two rate charts, local and long-distance. The greatest savings is for customers in the Midwest or Eastern states and for larger orders in ANY AREA, as we are able to utilize our shipping boxes much more efficiently.
Additional addresses or orders that require two separate shipments (e.g. fertilizer, bulb cages, hand lotions, etc. sent ahead of bulbs) are split into separate invoices, with appropriate shipping costs applied to each delivery. Bulb Cages also have their own shipping costs because they usually cannot be combined with anything else because of their unique shape. Any extra shipping costs are added manually before we charge your card.
Going the other way - if you have ordered expensive bulbs that have raised your order into the next shipping class or only need one or two bulbs, we adjust the shipping costs down where we can. All orders include FREE Package Insurance and our color planting guides, plus you will automatically receive the next four issues of our Full Color Catalog as they are published.
"Add on" orders for similar bulbs or plants can usually be combined into one delivery, saving you money, but need to be transmitted to us ASAP. Once our shipping computer begins to print invoices, that record is then locked and changes cannot be made.
Washington and Oregon (local delivery)
Orders up to $99.99 - $10.95
From $100 to $249.99 - $14.35
Over $250 - $16.95 (maximum cost for bulb orders)
Other "lower 48" States, plus Alaska (long distance delivery)
Orders up to $99.99 - $12.35
From $100 to $249.99 - $16.85
Over $250 - $21.35 (maximum cost for bulb orders)
Wild Lily bulbs making up the genus Lilium belong to the family Liliaceae comprising of approximately 200 genera made up of approximately 2,000 lily species. There are in the neighborhood of 110 to 120 Lilium species depending on whose classification you reference. For the full article, click Knowledge Base