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               Wholesale Plant Customers

 

 How to order: Important! Please make sure you close out of your web browser after each order or you may be looking at an old availability.  Note:Website may view differently on Internet Explorer.

1: Click on the yellow button above "CLICK HERE TO ORDER".  Take note of your delivery day at the top of page.

2: Click the "Log in" button in upper right hand corner.

3: Enter the email address and password you have supplied to us.  

4: If your company has multiple shipping locations then choose a location.

5: Enter the quantity of each item you want(Press "Enter" after each number entered).  Remember that all items 8"and larger are sold by eaches and items under 8" are sold by the flat.

6: Click "review order" in upper right hand corner.  Here is where you will see if any of your items were spoken for before you completed the order...items go fast!

7: Choose a date for delivery.  This needs to be your assigned route day-as per the delivery schedule at top of page.  Orders placed are shipped your very next route shipping day as long as they are ordered by 8am day before delivery.  Choose Deliver or Pickup from the dropdown.  Enter a PO # if you need one.  Add any other notes to the order you feel to be pertinent.  Click Ok.

8: If your order looks correct then Click "submit order" in the upper right hand corner. 

Your order has now been placed.  THANK YOU!  Log Out.

Please note that we have all new emails-no longer do we use the highcountrygrowers@hotmail.com.  New emails are as follows...

 

sam@highcountrygrowers.com - For new business, ordering issues or personnel issues.

 

sales@highcountrygrowers.com- general sales questions and inquiries for plants and soils.

 

Please email or call us as soon as possible with any email or other contact changes on your end as a current email is required to order.  We no longer have fax capability.

We look forward to serving you!

Pictures of some of our Wholesale Plants Offerings

Do we use Chemicals on our plants?