Can I use Briggs’ plant pictures and graphics for my retail website?
Yes, we would like our plants to be listed looking their best. Please call our sales office or email [email protected] to request photos, graphics, promotional material, and other information.
Can I tour Briggs Nursery?
We love for our customers to come and visit us and request that you set up a time and date with our sales office. Due to safety and our mission to reduce plant pathogens we ask that customers call ahead and schedule an appointment. Please come on our virtual web tour.
Where can I view a priced availability?
To join our email send-outs please email [email protected] with the subject line “Priced Availability”, include your name, business, and location in the body of the email. For a faxed availability please call our sales office at 1 (800) 444-1515.
Do you sell to the public?
Briggs is a wholesale nursery only, we do not have a retail space for community members to buy plants. Our products are available for purchase at many local garden centers.
Does Briggs ship to my area?
Does Briggs ship year-round?
Yes, Briggs ships year-round. For more information look at our freight and delivery page.
Does Briggs do pre-bookings and standing orders?
Yes, we encourage pre-booking. For spring orders, we start taking orders early fall, this allows us to adjust our production goals. If you would like to place a standing order please contact your sales representative.
Does Briggs do contract grows?
Yes, we have a minimum of 2,500 plants. Additional sizes are available for custom and contract grows. For more information on setting up a contract grow please call our sales office or your representative.
Does Briggs have minimums?
Yes, Briggs has a $1000 minimum for our container stock and $2,500 minimum for our liners. Check our Minimum Orders page.
I previously ordered a plant at Briggs which is no longer listed on our website, where can I get more information about the variety I have?
Briggs is often adjusting our plant selection to fit an everchanging market, even if the plant is not listed on our website or availabilities there is a chance we still have a stock plant of the variety. If you would like more information or photos of plants we’ve previously sold, please contact our sales office.
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