Twining Vine Garden Seed Store, Twining Vine Garden,

Important Info

Seed Information

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> International Orders & Shipping

Plant Biosecurity requirements are changing worldwide, please check with your country's importation regulations when importing plant products including seeds and plants. All countries require a Phytosanitary Certificate to import plants. More countries are requiring a PC for seed.


Please be aware it is the buyer’s responsibility to comply with their country's Customs Importation laws for seed/plant propagation material to prevent fines, delays or confiscation. We will not replace seed nor refund an order that has been seized by customs.

Countries requiring a Phytosanitary Certificate, costs will combine both the fees need to issue a PC and shipping.

A Phytosanitary Certificate is a Canadian government issued document certifying that the plant product (seeds or plants) has been inspected by a governmental agent and is approved for exportation. We do the paperwork. For international orders only, it is not for domestic (Canadian) orders.

Australia:
please use this link. It lists the seeds allowed into the country. If it isn't there, the seed will be seized (updated July 2018): http://www.agriculture.gov.au/biosecurity/legislat...

New Zealand: This link is useful. https://www.biosecurity.govt.nz/dmsdocument/1151/...

United States: If you have questions what can and cannot be imported into the United States, the USDA/APHIS Plant Protection and Quarantine Permit Unit contacts on this link are helpful. https://www.cbp.gov/travel/clearing-cbp/bringing-...
Please note: we will no longer process orders using the Small lot of Seed program. We simply cannot afford the time it takes to process.


Norway: https://www.toll.no/en/goods/plants-and-seeds/


We DO NOT treat our bulbs or bare root or our seed selections with any chemicals in preparation for shipping (in fact we don’t use chemicals at all).