Terms and Conditions

Thank you for your interest in purchasing B&B material from Teton Trees for the 2019-2020 Season.  This catalog contains pictures of the tree varieties that we will be harvesting over the next fall and spring along with availability and sizes. We have also included a pricing sheet for your convenience with your discount applied. You can use this catalog as an order request form by taking a picture of the page or pages of plant material that you would like to order and texting, emailing or faxing it to one of the sales reps listed on the adjacent page.  

Please send us your request for your order at the very latest by August 30th, 2019. It will be at this point that we will begin our first round of allocations. Keep in mind that you can still order material out of the field after this point, pending availability after the first round of allocations. We do not guarantee that you will receive all the material that you have requested. On September 1st, 2019 we will begin to allocate material. You should expect to receive an order confirmation in the first week of September for the material requested. Once you have received your order, we will request you specify a tentative ship date. PLEASE UNDERSTAND THAT ALL MATERIAL MUST BE SHIPPED AND RECEIVED BY APRIL 30TH, 2020. After May 1st, 2020, your order will be released back into open inventory. Please read carefully the terms and conditions below as they contain very important information about your order request. 

Pricing

The Pricing you see on the attached lists represents the pricing for the 2019-2020 Season. Pricing is subject to increase after the first round of allocations.

Shipping and Delivery

Teton Trees can arrange delivery to your nursery or job site at prevailing trucking rates. Job site deliveries are only made to the curb of the job site and we will not enter private property, unless special arrangements have been made.  Once the truck arrives to the client’s drop site the truck driver is responsible for unlocking and releasing the load to the client.  Teton Trees and its drivers are not held responsible or liable for any damages to property or equipment on any clients property. If a client allows the truck to come onto a specific property to unload then it is the clients responsibility to make sure nothing is in the way of getting damaged by the truck, trailer, or driver. It is also the clients responsibility to assist the driver in tight areas when turning around or backing up so nothing is harmed and especially in directing traffic in high traffic situations.  If a common carrier is delivering and causes damages to a clients property or equipment then it is between the client and common carrier to settle on a solution to remedy the issue.

It is the client’s responsibility to provide the labor and equipment necessary for the actual unloading of all material. As the plant material is unloaded, the truck driver will verify with the client according to the packing slip that the correct plants and counts are present. Any discrepancies must be noted on the packing slip which is then signed by the client and the truck driver for verification purposes. The signed packing slip is then returned to the truck driver who will then return it to Teton Trees. Failure for the client to provide the appropriate manpower and equipment in unloading may subject the order to additional service charges. Any claims on plant material made on the signed packing slips will be handled within 5 business days by a Teton Trees representative.

All damages resulting from the neglect or mishandling by a common carrier shall be addressed with said common carrier. In this case, the invoice shall be paid in full within agreed terms of sale. Resulting shortages due to damage by Teton delivery may be remedied according to methods listed above.

Clients picking up their own plant material are required to do their own verification according to the most recent, signed acknowledgment with respect to the order. Any damages or shortages subsequent to client picking up materials will be considered client’s own loss.

Nursery Tarps

Nursery tarps are provided at a fee of $100 per order. If possible, the delivery driver will take the tarp and drop it at one of our company locations (Today’s Nursery / TriCity Nursery). We work to schedule the routes so the tarps can be taken by the delivery driver. If the route is such that the distance to one of our locations is not feasible for the delivery driver then it is the customers responsibility to get the tarp to one of our companies locations.

Dormancy Credit Policy

Teton Trees does its best to ship a high-quality product to it’s customers and will ship dormant plant material upon request.  When shipping dormant material Teton Trees will make every effort to ensure that viable, live plant material.  However, due to the perishable nature of plant material, Teton Trees cannot guarantee that the plant material will break dormancy.   It is expected that as plant material is received dormant, that it is inspected for viability and quality just like actively growing plant material.  Any quality or viability issues should be noted on the packing slip.  If issues are noted on the packing slip then Teton Trees will honor any returns.  However, if plant material is received dormant and not noted on the packing slip then the following return/rejection policy will be honored:

     -All dormant plant requests must be made by no later than June 1st.  No dormant returns/rejections will be honored after June 1st. If a customer makes a credit request on plant material that was shipped dormant the following policy will determine the amount of credit granted:

     -If Teton Trees lost any percentage of the same crop planting from 10% loss to 100% loss then a full 100% credit of the plant material will be honored.

     -If Teton Trees only lost between 1% and 10% of the same crop planting then a 75% credit will be honored for any returned material

     -If Teton Trees lost less than 1% of the same crop planting then only a 50% credit will be honored for any plant material that didn’t break dormancy.