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In order to get your bonsai where it needs to go I will pack it well, insure it, and ship it to your specification. Unless stated, the sales price includes packaging in corrugated boxes and UPS ground delivery. I ship from the Charlotte, NC, area.
Smaller trees will be packed in a heavy duty corrugated box. The tree will be set on a bed of packing peanuts and then the box will be filled with peanuts. The pot will be encased in a plastic bag to retain soil moisture. Packed this way the tree will hold for several days. UPS ground service has proven to be dependable. As an added bonus, you will end up with enough peanuts to handle Christmas presents for yourself, relatives, and neighbors for several years.
Larger trees may be crated in plywood and shipped on a pallet. We ship those via UPS Freight. The sales price includes you picking up at the UPS Freight terminal. If you want delivery to your home, UPS charges around $75 (that charge is not included in the sales price).
I will usually ship on Mondays to avoid your tree sitting in a terminal over a weekend. I will also try to ship with the weather forecast in mind.
I can try to personally deliver your tree on a casual basis. I can try to work out a mutually convenient place to meet, such as a convention or common destination. Or, you are welcome to pick it up. I live in North Carolina. It's a nice drive. We do have rattlesnakes, cottonmouths, copperheads, alligators, fire ants, and killer bees. But, it's a nice drive anyway.
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UPS ground shipping is included in the price. We ship from the Charlotte, NC area. If you wish another method we will work with you to arrange shipping in the most convenient manner and at the least cost to you.
Check back often since we'll be adding trees on a regular basis.
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A note about photos - the appearance of the actual tree may differ slightly from the photo because of minor changes due to normal growth. We take new pictures when there is a substantial change in appearance rather than every time we pinch or prune. The date of the most recent picture is shown in the description.