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Ferns, Perennials, Vines, Mosses, Live Stakes & Some Native Plants Ships Year Round.

In many regions of the United States, planting never stops. No matter where you live you can order the following plants any time of year. If you live on the mild coasts of Oregon, then garden mosses and fern plants are available and ready to plant any time. If you are an indoor gardener, fern plants and indoor perennials are ready to ship during any season. Here are a few more plants that ship year round.

Ground covers are hardy, low growing plants that provide needed greenery in every garden. They also help prevent soil erosion, and many take well to difficult garden areas. Shady spots, clay soils, and rocky areas can be planted with ground covers at any point in the growing season. Garden mosses are especially lovely ground covers that require very little maintenance. These mosses ship year round and can be planted in any area at any time. Because they propagate using spores, garden mosses only require moisture and time before taking on a lush appearance.

Ferns are also available for shipping year round. Unlike bouquets and other florals, fern plants have a hint of romance that won't fade. If you are interested in sending ferns for holidays, then these plants will arrive in good condition regardless of the season.

Depending on your climate, planting live stakes can be accomplished in early to late fall or early spring. Fortunately, live stakes ship year round. When the ground is warm in your area, you can order live stakes like willow, dogwood or other softwood plants.

Native plants are perhaps the most adaptable and hardiest of all plants. Regardless of when they are planted, these perennials will either take root, sow seed or otherwise propagate. In some instances, native plants require cold weather dormancy to bloom. These plants ship year round and will adapt to the climate with little assistance from the gardener.