Rogue Valley Roses ships internationally to most countries. Since our shipping is year round, we can accommodate southern hemisphere countries.
We do not hold plants in cold storage. Our plants are bare rooted immediately before shipping. Therefore, our bare root dormant season shipping to the EU and those countries requiring it is very short. Our roses are usually dormant by late November to early December. The dormant season ends when leaf buds break in late January to mid-February. Oregon winter weather varies a lot from year to year.
We offer the same delayed shipping options that we offer to our US customers to our Canadian customers and to countries that do not require dormant shipping.
Rogue Valley Roses cannot ensure when the roses will be delivered. We can only control when the roses are packed and sent out. Once they leave our hands we have no control over how long the packages can be held in customs. Therefore, roses shipped internationally cannot be guaranteed.
Additional handling fees are required to cover the additional time required to process international orders. The amount depends on the specific requirements of shipping to a specific country, such as contacting third parties to determine the requirements for the destination country and bare rooting.
Changes may be made to an international order up to two weeks before the shipping date.
Due to heavy shipping during the US winter holidays, we do not ship international orders during the last week of November or during the month of December.
Every international order must have a Phytosanitary Certificate, which we will supply. This certificate costs $31.00 US and is to be paid by the customer during checkout at the time the order is placed.
If the customer’s country requires dormant shipping, we can only ship when our plants are dormant. We will only do dormant shipping during the month of January and, depending on the weather, during early February. We do not have cold storage and our plants generally go into dormancy around the middle of December and stay dormant through early February. As Oregon has unpredictable winter weather, we cannot guarantee the length of our dormancy period.
International orders must be placed and paid for at least three weeks before the requested ship date.