Four reasons to buy tubestock for your garden

Posted by John Zeaiter on

Evergreen Growers is founded with the goal of delivering quality, affordable plants to gardeners around the nation.

Whether just starting out your garden, or with many years experience, gardeners know that purchasing established plants can be a costly business.

However at Evergreen Growers we have helped bring savings to our customers without compromising on quality by providing a range of tube stock plants to suit every garden. So why should you buy your plants as tube stock from Evergreen Growers?

Price. Tube stock plants are a fraction of the cost of buying established trees and plants. If, for example, you intend to plant a long hedge to act as a privacy screen, savings can be made by buying the required hedging plants as tubestock. At Evergreen Growers we aim to keep our prices affordable at all times. Quality. This means quality of care as well as the quality of the individual plants. Our team at Evergreen Growers makes sure that the tubestock plant that reaches your door has been grown and cared for in such a way that they are ready for transplanting as soon as you receive them. The plant is packaged in such a way that the delivery will not harm its health or vitality. Variety. We are constantly adding to the number of tubestock plants as they become available. The variety of tubestock plants is increased as more are added to the catalogue and gardeners are advised when they can be purchased from the site. Our service. We understand fully that good service is a key factor for our customers. This is why we deliver our quality tubestock plants to your door quickly and at an affordable cost. For queries about our service charges, please check our website here. So whether starting out, or re-establishing a garden, consider buying quality yet affordable tubestock plants from Evergreen Growers. Should you have any queries about our service, please don't hesitate to contact us here on our site or over at our .

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