A: Because of the many unreliable vendors selling low-quality products, it makes sense to wonder whether it’s safe to order seeds online. Fortunately, there’s minimal risk associated with ordering from online seed banks. Even customs laws shouldn’t be an issue. Some people are concerned that if their order is intercepted, they’ll end up on the law’s wrong side.
- Website is full of cheesy ads
- Steep delivery charges and insurance
- Reviews on the site seem biased
QCS has been supplying Canada and the rest of the world with great seeds for two decades, and their website has been active for 15 years. Choose from regular or special edition seeds, outdoor, indoor, feminized, autoflower, and much more.
Each purchase comes with free seeds and loyalty points. Two discounts are on offer for Bitcoin users, including 15 percent off with every order and 25 percent for the first purchase. On the downside, the delivery charge and insurance fee cost $8.98 and $9.04, respectively.
How the Seed Banks Were Evaluated:
4. Seedsman – Best for specialized strains
Seed City is known for its hard-to-find products, as they sell only new and rare cannabis seeds from over 200 partners.
Seed City accepts credit and debit cards, bank transfers, and bitcoin. You can find their contact details on their website in case you have questions.
6. Amsterdam Marijuana Seeds (AMS)
Note that Tiger-One Distribution supplies bulk orders only.
You might also consider seeds’ genetics when choosing what to buy. There are four categories: Sativa seeds, Indica seeds, hybrid seeds, and auto-flowering seeds.
Seedsman offers over 3000 different types of cannabis, and they have their own cannabis brand.