How to Order

Online Orders

We ship when the weather warms up in Spring and all snow is gone from our farm fields. We usually start serving customers in first week of May. Most plants/trees are shipped bare root(dormant). Our plants vary from one to five feet. Your plants will arrive packaged in a box, with the roots wrapped to ensure that they are kept moist in transit. We ship by CANADA POST and it can take from 2 to 5 days for your order to arrive depending on your location.

Order Processing 

Place your order online and once payment is received your order is reserved for shipping or pickup. Pickup orders phone 514 951-9757 in May to schedule a pickup time.

Packing and Shipping Costs

We ship orders via Canada Post and fees are as follows:

  1. For orders up to $1000.......................................$59  
  2. For orders between $1,001 to $2,500................$99
  3. For orders between $2,501 to $5,000................$295.
  4. For orders above $5000...ask for quote
  5. ALL SEED ORDERS ..........................................$25

After all items are added to your shopping cart indicate shipping option on checkout to get charge for your shipping address. All locations outside of QC or ON will have a surcharge of $25

Taxes

All prices on the Website do not include taxes. All respective taxes will be added.

PAYMENT OPTIONS

We accept payment by cheque, money order, bank draft, e-transfer or cash. Order is reserved when payment is received. Make all payments to KEN TAYLOR and send to 2103 Perrot Blvd.,ND Ile Perrot, QC J7V 8P4.  For e-transfer send amount and password to ken@greenbarnnursery.ca   

Email Orders

To place an order by email send it to ken@greenbarnnursery.ca with shipping address and tel #

Downloadable Order Form

To place an order, please download our order form, fill it out, scan it, and send it to info@greenbarnnursery.ca

 Order Form

Pick Up Orders at the farm

PICKUP orders are by appointment. Call 514 951-9757 to schedule pick up time. 

We give no warranty, expressed or implied as to the productivity, performance or results attained from transplanting of any nursery stock that we sell as there are too many factors beyond our control once the plant material leaves our farm.