Shipping Options for Live Plants
Since the Covid-19 pandemic we have been seeing some issues with our USPS shipments in terms of delivery delays and rerouting. These issues have not affected most of our customers, but it has prompted us to decide to offer our customers different shipping options. You are now able to select additional shipping upgrades to your plant orders here at an additional charge.
USPS on plant orders will always be complimentary to our customers. We founded our company that way and we will continue to ship plant orders with free shipping. That said, UPS works better for some of our customers (especially right now), UPS ground costs us more than USPS First Class and we do have to charge for these upgrades.
You are not required to pay for shipping on your plants to complete your order. If you do not wish to add on a shipping upgrade your order will still ship out via USPS at no additional charge, but we cannot be responsible for delays.
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What is Cedar Creek Farmhouse?
Cedar Creek Farmhouse is a unique site that offers an array of specialty products tailored for the modern gardener. We put our heart and soul into our packages and know our customers by first name. Our products are second to none -- we offer some of the rarest plants in the world, handcrafted goods by various artists and products we use ourselves. Our philosophy is old-school business in a contemporary world, we still say 'thank you' and appreciate every order that rolls through our hands. We hope you'll give us a try and see what makes Cedar Creek Farmhouse so special.
Why the pinecone?
"Ah, the pinecone. Pretty simple, Cedar Creek Farmhouse is a tribute to my grandfather. All of the father figures in my life ran successful businesses, but the first to leave an indelible impression on me was my grandfather. His farm was called 'Cedar Springs.' The name 'Cedar Creek' hearkens my senses back to sunny afternoons to when I wandered sprawling pastures freely with the cows, read books under the protective shade of the pecan orchards and made forts out of sticks and pinecones. The name 'Cedar Creek Farmhouse' is simply a nod to my grandparents and wonderful memories I have growing up free and uninhibited by life's cares or worries."