Gardening just got easier!
Plants On Demand is committed to bringing a fully stocked nursery to your finger tips. The days of having to fight through the crowds at the garden centre are over. No longer will you be limited to the in store selection at ridiculously high prices. The best thing about Plants On Demand? We bring everything to your garden where you need it saving you the hassle of cramming those poor plants in to your car.
How do we make it possible?
Our simple ordering process makes it easy for you to get exactly what your looking for and a chance to speak to one of our plant professionals before you finalize your order. Just follow these easy steps:
- Select the plants you desire from our product list and add them to your cart.
- Once you have everything you want in your cart submit your order.
- After receiving your order we will confirm availability and contact you via phone/email for final confirmation and payment.
- One of our delivery specialists will hand pick your plants and drop them off with you at a predetermined and convenient time.
- Plant & Enjoy!
How big will the plants be?
Plants are typically sold based on the size of the container they come in. For example, a lot of perennials are typically sold in a one gallon (1g) pot. This doesn’t necessarily guarantee the size of the foliage of the plant, but more so the size of the root ball. Though there are some exceptions, a proper one gallon (1g) plant should have rooted through all the soil in the pot in comes in. This can be seen when you remove the plant from the container and all the roots come out with it held together by the roots. The bigger the container size, the bigger the root ball, and the faster your plants will grow once in the ground.
Though most plants are sold by the container size larger trees tend to be classified either by height of the tree or size of the caliper at 15 cm above the ground. Heights are straight forward. For example, a five to six foot (5-6 ft) spruce tree will be at least five feet tall and typically less then six feet. Caliper is used mainly with deciduous trees to give an idea of the size of the trunk and therefor the age and size of the tree. A five centimeter (5 cm) maple tree will have a trunk that is five centimeters thick at the base. The larger the caliper the larger and older the tree is.
What if I’m unhappy with the plants when they show up?
When preparing your order one of our plant professionals will take the time to hand select the best plant stock. Under no conditions will we bring you a plant that we wouldn’t be proud to have in our own garden. We do this to make sure our customers are completely satisfied with their order when it arrives at their door. None the less, if you are unhappy with any of the plant stock when it arrives we will replace it as soon as possible.
What if the plants die after I plant them?
Plants are alive and like every other living thing they all need a certain amount of care to survive. Once the plant is in your care it will be up to you to make sure it is planted in a proper position with the proper soil and light conditions as well as watered when needed. Since there is nothing that we can do to assure that all this is done we can not take responsibility for dead plants due to a lack of proper plant care or unfavourable weather conditions.