We will bill actual shipping costs – plants are normally shipped by Federal Express ground delivery. Minimum shipping
charge is $12.95. Air delivery available.
Payment with order (check, money order, Visa, Mastercard, Discover, or American Express) for new customers without a
credit application. Net 30 days for established accounts. Overdue accounts will incur service charges at the rate of 2% monthly (24% annually) and are liable for any legal or other fees necessary for collection of account. Call for a credit application.
Our plants are guaranteed for one year to the extent of a full replacement or refund.
Additional Varieties Available
Our retail catalogs and retail website (www.oakesdaylilies.com) contain additional varieties which may be ordered
Jumbo division – retail less 20%, no minimum #1 division – retail less 40%, minimum ten plants per variety
Pot tags are available for most varieties – Premium full-color labels, $.12 each. Pot tags are only available with plant purchase. (5 5/8” x 2 1/8”) Pot tags will be provided at no charge with the All-American selections.
Our daylily shipping season is February – November
Approximate Dates We Start Shipping by USDA Hardiness Zone –
- Zones 9-10: Mid-late February
- Zone 8: Early-mid March
- Zone 7: Mid-late March
- Zone 6: Late March – early April
- Zone 5: Early-late April
- Zones 2-4: Late April – early May
We do ship through the summer to all areas, and we stop shipping to areas 4-6 weeks before they expect a hard frost.
If you request a specific date, we will ship your plants as close to the time you request as possible.
If you do not request a specific date –
We’re pleased to offer you the convenience of ordering right here on the Internet. Our order form is secure so using your credit card is safe! For online orders, we can ship to U.S. and Canadian addresses only.
You may also call us at 1-800-532-9545 (toll-free) or 1-865-687-3770 and place your order. Or, fax your order to 1-865-688-8186.
Tennessee residents are required to pay sales tax on books, plant labels, and prints (not on the plants).