All tubers are grown at our farm in Montana. Tubers have been visually inspected for disease or gall. We will never save or ship anything that looks suspicious.
If you are purchasing dahlia tubers, you are accepting the risk of damage that comes with that purchase. We want customers to be able to get them early, but tubers will NOT be viable if they freeze. Please check your weather, and only purchase tubers if you know they will not freeze in your mailbox(we use USPS for shipping). We will not be responsible for damaged tubers once they are dropped at the post office.
We will begin shipping the week of March 13, and will begin with the warmest climates first. Shipping will be complete by April 1(weather permitting).
Any issues/claims with tubers must be submitted to us within 48 hours of being delivered. Once tubers are in your possession, its up to you! We will not be responsible for growth failure, rot, shriveling, etc. once they arrive at their destination. Tubers are a live plant, and require some care and handling.
Please remember, we are a small family farm. We only send out the best of the best, the tubers we would grow ourselves. But we are a humans and hiccups can happen.
If you have questions or need help, please send us an email and we will do our best to assist.