Telephone numbers will not appear on parcels, unless previously instructed by the customer, with the exception of China or Japan. We also ask that customers from China and Japan email us with their address in their local script so that this can be added to the front of the parcel, next to the address written in English.
What will you send my order in?
Please make sure your delivery address is correct and completed in full before submitting your order. IF your order is returned to our office we will be happy to re-send it but we will ask you to cover the cost of re-shipment. If your order is NOT returned to our office we take no responsibility and we will not be able to re-send it.
Can I change or cancel my order?
All orders are sent discreetly.
All orders are sent discreetly. When an order arrives, we carefully decide whether it should be sent in a plain, protective envelope, a DVD case for added protection or something else even more secure for longer deliveries. Your name and address, only, are handwritten on the envelope. Seeds are normally sent in their breeders packaging but we occasionally remove them for safer sending.
This is an URGENT change. You must call Donna, Ellie or Ruth as soon as possible to change your delivery address. We are open Monday to Friday 9 am- 5pm GMT +44 1451 844855 (excluding public holidays).
Seedsman has a wide variety of Discreet Delivery products that your seeds can be shipped with. We offer this for European and International Countries. The product is chosen at the discretion of Seedsman depending on the size of the order and the country of delivery. You can opt for a Discreet Delivery Product, Remove or Keep Breeder’s Packaging during the Checkout process.
Registered mail such as Track & Trace mail usually requires a signature upon receipt. So for privacy reasons you can order without Track & Trace, but the disadvantage is that you cannot track the status of your order.
If you buy cannabis seeds more often from a certain cannabis seed shop then this rule doesn’t apply, but if you’re planning to buy cannabis seeds for the first time and you want to do this safely, then we recommend you start with a small order. After all, with a small order the risks are low. You can test the reliability of the shop, as well as the quality of the seeds, without it costing you a lot of money.
How do you get marijuana seeds if you live in a country where buying cannabis seeds is still illegal? Simple, you buy marijuana seeds online. This may sound scary, but especially if you live in a country where you cannot or are not allowed to buy cannabis seeds, this is the only solution. Buying cannabis seeds online is safe and discreet and in most cases they are delivered on time. Even in countries where cannabis seeds are illegal. Luckily, in most European countries you can buy cannabis seeds online without any problems.
9. Choose a shipping option without signature
However, are you still a little reluctant to use your credit card? Then there is always a possibility to purchase a prepaid credit card. Often there are also alternative payment options offered such as:]
If you don’t want your name to be associated with marijuana related products, you can choose to order without Track & Trace. You don’t have to sign for the parcel/envelope when it is delivered. In that case you can choose to use a different name, abbreviation or only initials at the mailing address.
Although the law in the Netherlands allows small quantities of cannabis seeds to be sold to customers, this does not mean that if you live abroad, growing and germinating cannabis seeds is allowed in your country. We therefore strongly recommend that you check the lawfulness of cannabis seeds in your country and check the regulations regarding the import of seeds before making a purchase.
Nowadays, online payments with credit cards have become very secure. As with Weedseedsexpress, most shops offer the possibility to buy cannabis seeds with a credit card via an external payment processor.
"The female plants are the ones that grow the buds which hold the highest tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) but if you have a male plant anywhere near them, instead of growing a bud, they will go straight to seed.
"My message is that it is best that you don’t because either New Zealand Customs or the NZ Police will come knocking on your door and we will be asking questions as to why.
"Last year was an anomaly at 43,000, that was quite large," he said.
Adams said it was not worth the risk with New Zealand Customs and police coming down hard on importers.
"That is the reason why we work very very closely with the NZ Police, particularly in the districts.
"We see large fluctuations each year on seizure amounts so I wouldn’t say it is less or more prevalent now compared to a number of previous years.
"We are finding cannabis seeds regularly in the mail system. In 2016 we got roughly 18,000 seeds; in 2017, 43,000 and it’s dropped down to about 19,000 so far this year.