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Shipping Policy

We package all of our plants and products by hand with due diligence, taking into account the specific item/plant, weather, and season. However, due to the inherent risks associated with shipping living things we cannot guarantee that the plants will always arrive in perfect condition. Some plants, especially if they are delicate or susceptible to temperature shock, may even die in transit (although we do everything we can to mitigate the risk of this). Please take this into account when considering purchasing plants online from us or any store. Please see our Refund Policy for more information on plant damage in transit.

Shipping:

We ship plants to the following states:

  • California
  • Idaho
  • Montana
  • Nevada
  • Oregon
  • Utah
  • Washington
  • Wyoming

Because plants are alive and sensitive to temperature fluctuations, excessive motion, and dehydration, we cannot ship plants to all of the continental U.S.

Local Delivery:

We have one physical location in Renton, Washington. Eligibility for local delivery from this location is determined by county. We deliver to the following counties in Washington state:

  • King County
  • Snohomish County
  • Pierce County

If you do not live in one of these counties but are located in Washington state, please select the shipping option at checkout.

Postage:

We offer shipping through USPS and UPS. Shipping rates are calculated by these services externally during the checkout process based on weight, size and travel distance. Urban Sprouts does not set the cost of shipping.

Special Notes:

We reserve the right to ship plants in plastic nursery pot or bare root depending on what will be safest for your plant. We may also hold your order for any of the following reasons:

  • To ship at the beginning of the week to avoid plants sitting over the weekend in the mail
  • To wait for more favorable weather conditions
  • If the plant was recently watered and would fare better after drying out a bit before shipping
  • There was a stocking error but new inventory is on the way.

In any of these cases, you will be notified of the situation via email before your order is sent.

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