Clemons Nursery
 931-473-4186

TERMS

Terms will be stated on your acknowledgment.
A SERVICE CHARGE OF 1.5% PER MONTH OR 18% APR WILL BE ADDED TO ALL OVERDUE ACCOUNTS.
ALSO LIABLE FOR ALL REASONABLE COLLECTIONS AND ATTORNEY FEES.
 
CONDITIONS OF SALE
All prices stated in this list are made subject to supply being exhausted, or shortages beyond our control. We reserve the right to reject all or any part of an order and will refund any prepayments accordingly.
ALL PRICES STATED IN THIS LIST ARE F.O.B.. McMINNVILLE, TENNESSEE.

GUARANTEE

Due to conditions beyond our control, CLEMONS NURSERY GIVES NO WARRANTY EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED AS TO THE SURVIVAL OF ANY PLANT SOLD BY US. We guarantee our plants to be alive and healthy at the time of shipping. 
No claims for damaged stock or shortages will be considered unless a notice is given within 10 days of receiving shipment. In no case are we liable for more than the invoice price of the plants. 

PACKING AND SHIPPING

Packing will be charged at cost and shown on invoice. We can ship by Parcel Post, U.P.S., Motor Freight, and Bus. We can arrange shipment by truck if the size of the load warrants. We gladly arrange combination trucks with other nurseries in this area or other customers in your area as best meets your needs. ALL TRUCK DELIVERY CHARGES ARE C.O.D. The customer is responsible for unloading trucks.

A Word About Grasses

The current popularity of ornamental grasses hasn't been this grand in a long time.  Why?  Their popularity appears to center around the practical, as well as down right beauty of ornamental grasses as a whole.  Grasses have always been a part of the natural landscapes of the earth.

With ornamental grasses, looks are not everything.  They add a dimension of motion and of sound to the landscape.  The gentle waving motion and of the grasses, and the accompanying sounds create a very peaceful atmosphere.

There is no such thing as "maintenance free" plants but ornamental grasses come very close.  Most grasses will grow in areas where other plants will not survive.  They grow in almost any garden soil, seldom needing watering once established, and pest or diseases rarely bother them.  Many have an inherent ability to handle both the drought and wet years.

We get questioned about spacing for ornamental grasses.  We have no hard fast rule when it comes to this.  The best I can offer is it comes down to personal taste and what you want to accomplish.  Some landscapers space father apart, so the individual plant own pattern and form is visible.  Other landscapers want them packed together with no soil visible making large drifts of grasses.

Make sure the grasses you purchase are suited to your climate and hardiness zone.
 

Leonard Clemons


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