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Hutton Hostas - How to Buy

Placing an order

Apart from shows mail order is the most popular way to get your hands on our hostas! Because some of our newer varieties are in short supply we always like to confirm availability prior to you placing an order with us.

There are four ways of placing an order with us:-

  • Online: Browse our shop, add the hostas you wish to purchase, then pay via PayPal or send off the contact form and pay by cheque/postal order. You will not need a paypal account to pay this way.
  • E Mail: Simply email your order to Hutton.Hostas@gmail.com and we will confirm availability and total cost by return.
  • Telephone: Phone through your order to 07786305269.
  • Post: If you wish to send your order by post and pay by cheque then please ring us first to confirm availability and cost. We do provide an order form in our catalogue if you find this more convenient.

Methods of payment

Browse our shop and click the PayPal 'Buy Now' button for instant payment.

By personnel cheque made payable to Hutton Hostas.

By PayPal to hutton.hostas@gmail.com

Post and Packing

Postage charges

1 - 3 plants  £4.00 
 

4 - 10 plants  £6.50

More than 10 plants postage is free.

Please note we do not ship to countries outside the EEC

To keep postal costs to a minimum our plants are sent to you bare rooted in damp paper tubes by first class mail. Generally you will receive these within ten days from date of ordering but if after this time you have not received your plants we would ask you to contact us in case they have ‘gone astray’ in the post. If this is the case they will be replaced.

Please ensure you are available to receive your plants. Plants left on the doorstep for several weeks weeks tend not to get a good start in life although bare rooted plants will survive for many weeks even though the foliage may look a little sad!! On receipt of your hostas and to ensure they get the best possible start, we recommend you pot them up in a good quality compost until the root system has had time to re- establish itself and then they may be planted out. The larger varieties may be planted out directly depending upon the weather!