Sweet Nectar Nursery guarantees that the plants we ship are healthy and ready to grow in your garden. If you have any concerns with the plants when you receive them, please contact us right away. Our goal is for you to have a great garden and we will do what we can to reach our goal.
If your order arrives with damage to the box, please do not refuse it. The plants inside may be fine. If the plants have damage to just the foliage, they still may be OK. Just cut off the damaged foliage and plant as usual. If the plant does not seem to be recovering from the damage within a couple weeks, please contact us for a one-time replacement or refund.
Plant Hardiness Zones:
These helpful zones, set by the USDA, give you an idea of whether a plant will grow well in your area. For instance, if you live in zone 6 where the average minimum temperature is -10 to zero degrees Fahrenheit, you shouldn’t expect a zone 7 plant, who is only hardy to 0, to survive an average winter outside without extraordinary efforts to protect it.
|1||Below -50 F||Below -45.6 C||Fairbanks, Alaska; Resolute, Northwest Territories (Canada)|
|2a||-50 to -45 F||-42.8 to -45.5 C||Prudhoe Bay, Alaska; Flin Flon, Manitoba (Canada)|
|2b||-45 to -40 F||-40.0 to -42.7 C||Unalakleet, Alaska; Pinecreek, Minnesota|
|3a||-40 to -35 F||-37.3 to -39.9 C||International Falls, Minnesota; St. Michael, Alaska|
|3b||-35 to -30 F||-34.5 to -37.2 C||Tomahawk, Wisconsin; Sidney, Montana|
|4a||-30 to -25 F||-31.7 to -34.4 C||Minneapolis/St.Paul, Minnesota; Lewistown, Montana|
|4b||-25 to -20 F||-28.9 to -31.6 C||Northwood, Iowa; Nebraska|
|5a||-20 to -15 F||-26.2 to -28.8 C||Des Moines, Iowa; Illinois|
|5b||-15 to -10 F||-23.4 to -26.1 C||Columbia, Missouri; Mansfield, Pennsylvania|
|6a||-10 to -5 F||-20.6 to -23.3 C||St. Louis, Missouri; Lebanon, Pennsylvania|
|6b||-5 to 0 F||-17.8 to -20.5 C||McMinnville, Tennessee; Branson, Missouri|
|7a||0 to 5 F||-15.0 to -17.7 C||Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; South Boston, Virginia|
|7b||5 to 10 F||-12.3 to -14.9 C||Little Rock, Arkansas; Griffin, Georgia|
|8a||10 to 15 F||-9.5 to -12.2 C||Tifton, Georgia; Dallas, Texas|
|8b||15 to 20 F||-6.7 to -9.4 C||Austin, Texas; Gainesville, Florida|
|9a||20 to 25 F||-3.9 to -6.6 C||Houston, Texas; St. Augustine, Florida|
|9b||25 to 30 F||-1.2 to -3.8 C||Brownsville, Texas; Fort Pierce, Florida|
|10a||30 to 35 F||1.6 to -1.1 C||Naples, Florida; Victorville, California|
|10b||35 to 40 F||4.4 to 1.7 C||Miami, Florida; Coral Gables, Florida|
|11||above 40 F||above 4.5 C||Honolulu, Hawaii; Mazatlan, Mexico|
Visit Arbor Day Foundation's Hardiness Zone Lookup to find the hardiness zone for your zip code.
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We also accept checks and money orders. To order using a check or money order, simply complete your order indicating that you'll pay by check or money order. You'll get an email confirming your order. Just print out that email and mail it to us with your payment.
Ordering & Payment by Mail:
Alternatively, you can print an Order Form and send it in by mail. Simply print the first page of the Order Form, fill out your information and mail it to us with your payment.
Sorry for the lack of pictures.
To view pictures of specific plants try Google Images. There you can type in the name of the plant you’re looking for and see pictures of that plant that other websites have.
For more information
about most of these plants, go to Dave’s Garden. There you’ll find information about more than 100,000 different plants, what other gardeners think of them, and what states they’ve been grown in.
For further information contact Susan at [email protected] or call (360) 624-4901.