Seeds are a regulated commodity and can be difficult to ship internationally. You are responsible for knowing what can and cannot enter your country. We suggest checking with your country's Department of Agriculture or equivalent - often called the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries or similar. All duties, fees, taxes, etc. are the responsibility of the consignee.
Many small international orders ship out promptly. Orders that require additional inspection and documentation can be delayed for a week or more.
The most common extra document that often needs to accompany international shipments of seeds is a phytosanitary certificate. This certificate is issued by NPARKS. It attests that the consignment meets the import requirements of the destination country.
If you have questions about International orders, please drop us an email during regular business hours via firstname.lastname@example.org