Curious about visiting Iseli Nursery? Want to purchase plants from us? Please read our answers to these common questions.

1.  “I love your products, but I am a small garden center and I’ve been told you don’t have time for me. Is there any way I can buy your plants?”

YES. We cannot imagine who might have told you that you are too small to do business with us. We do business with independently owned garden centers all across the USA and Canada. Give us a call at 800-777-6202 or email us .

2.  “I just love your plants and I have many in my garden. I have heard that your gardens are open to the public and I would like to drop by and tour them, is this okay?”

No. We are very happy that you love our plants, we love growing them for you. We are a wholesale working farm and we are not set up for public tours. That being said, there are several ways that people, just like you, have toured our private gardens and that is through properly scheduled group tours through colleges, garden clubs or The American Conifer Society.

3.  “Your plants look fantastic, I want to buy some. May I just drop by and make an order?”

We are wholesale growers, if you are a licensed plant reseller with a retail location, we look forward to making a presentation to you. Please schedule your visit in advance so that we may make proper time to spend with you. We are not open to the general public.

We service thousands of orders to our wholesale customers each year. It is always best to pre-order with us if you will be picking up your plants rather than having them shipped to your location. We need a minimum of four days to process a shipment or pick-up order. Please contact us by calling 800-777-6202 or by email .

4.  “I read Ed’s blog and want to visit your garden just like he does.”

Ed has been part of the Iseli team in some capacity as long as we have been Iseli Nursery. He is a humble soul and may not admit to the integral role he plays in our company. All of that to say, Ed has special rights to come and go as he pleases. Please enjoy our gardens vicariously through his blog.