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Wholesale Information

Customers can qualify for wholesale discounts based on volume of present and past purchases. Please read about our wholesale program below and contact us if you have questions.

How do I qualify for wholesale discounts?

Our wholesale program offers discounts based on tiers – higher tiers get higher discounts. To qualify for a given tier, you simply have to place a single order for the corresponding number of trees:

  • Tier 2 (20-49 trees)
  • Tier 3 (50-99 trees)
  • Tier 4 (100-499 trees)
  • Tier 5 (500-999 trees)
  • Tier 6 (1000+ trees)

In our tree pricing and grading chart, the top row shows the full retail price for each grade, Tier 1 (1-19 trees). Meanwhile the lower rows show the discounted prices for wholesale tiers – Tier 2, Tier 3, etc.

When you are logged into your account, and your past purchases have qualified you for a wholesale discount, you will see a note at the top of the page alerting you that wholesale pricing is showing for many products on the site. You will also be able to see when a tree has part of its inventory reserved for retail pricing, and what the retail price is for that lot of inventory, in case you want to purchase some of the retail stock. See below for more info.

Note: Even first-time customers can qualify for wholesale pricing. When you add 20 or more trees to your cart, you will see a note at the top of the page alerting you that wholesale pricing is now showing for many products on the site. If you remove items from your cart, dropping below 20 trees, the prices shown will revert to retail prices.

Can I mix and match trees in my order? 

Yes, if you place a single order of 20 trees, you qualify for Tier 2 pricing – even if your order includes a mix of apple varieties, or a mix of pears and apricots, etc., or any mix of trees that we have in stock.

Will I lose my wholesale tier if I haven't placed an order recently?

No, you keep your wholesale status indefinitely. If you place a single order of 50 trees in some year, you are a Tier 3 customer going forward, and you will get Tier 3 rates next time you buy a tree – even if it is a single tree a few years later!

How does my wholesale discount get applied?

You must be logged into your account when shopping! Important! When you are logged in, you can browse the tree pages, and you will see that each tree shows two categories of inventory: wholesale and retail. You will see stock levels and prices for wholesale trees, and stock levels and prices for retail trees. The wholesale prices reflect your current tier. If you want more trees than are available at the wholesale price (and there are trees available in the retail stock), you can elect to purchase additional trees at the retail price.

Does my wholesale tier affect rootstock and scion prices?

No, your wholesale tier offers discounts on trees in stock. On our pricing and grading page, you can see that we do offer volume discounts for rootstock and scion orders, but these discounts are not connected to your wholesale tier, which is earned through purchases of trees in stock.

Does my wholesale tier work for custom tree orders?

No, your wholesale tier provides discounts on trees that we have in stock. You can indeed place custom orders for scion/rootstock combinations that we do not have in stock, but they are not part of our wholesale program. Please see our Custom Trees page for information and to start an inquiry.

Will I get wholesale discounts on shipping?

No, wholesale discounts apply only to trees in stock. Shipping is estimated when you place your order, but is not discounted.






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