Unique Seeds & Plants

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Unique Seeds & Plants

306 Sales On Etsy since 2011

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wbarbier2 on Apr 26, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

I am very pleased with this seller.big beautiful plant.very carefully wrapped.excellent communication.and yes i will buy from again.


wbarbier2 on Apr 19, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Big beautiful plant .excellent packaging.fast shipping.a wonderful seller...I am so happy with my plant.and will be for years to.Thank you so much again uniqueseeds1


natallah on Aug 28, 2013

5 out of 5 stars

The seeds arrived quickly and came with nice instructions for germintation

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Shop policies

Last updated on March 16, 2011

Accepted payment methods

  • Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
Returns and exchanges
Your Purchase is appreciated and it is my pleasure to make this a good buying experience for you. Feedback is very important and I strive for Positive Feedback. If you are considering leaving anything less then positive...Please contact me with your problem or concerns. Send an email and give me a chance to address the concern First.

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Shipping and Ordering Seeds

All seeds are individually packaged, printer labeled, and mailed in a bubble envelope. A flat shipping and handling fee allows Unique Seeds to be able to offer this. Which also covers purchasing multiple items without additional postage charge per item. Seed only orders will ship U.S.P.S.

Multiple Orders Of The Same Seed Type Will Be Combined Into One Packet

$2.95 for U.S. orders

$3.95 for International orders

International Shipping

Will ship Worldwide, USPS First Class Mail-International. Although we will not be held responsible if your order is delayed, lost, or confiscated by customs. Please be aware of your countries Customs and Agricultural regulations regarding seeds being received from the U.S.A. The U.S. Postal Service requires an attached Customs Declaration on any package to be mailed out of the U.S.A. International orders will receive an email with your Customs Barcode Number. To receive a tracking number for an International order you can choose: USPS Priority Mail-International during online checkout.
Additional policies and FAQs

I do not replace seeds that fail to germinate for you. All seeds are hand selected and carefully observed before shipping. Most seeds offered are not for beginner gardeners or someone who is just learning to start seeds. Although just about any seeds can be germinated with experience. Please take into consideration your own growing capabilities. The majority of seeds offered have been home grown and hand picked. However, I have admired the plant or enjoy having it in my gardens and greenhouse.


All Unique Seeds Plants are grown from seed. I am not a commercial supplier but a home gardener who enjoys growing plants from seed. I will send only healthy and well established plants. Unless noted as: sapling/seedling and the age of the plant. I will not be held responsible for plants that die after received. No plants are shipped unhealthy and I can not be responsible for the care of the plant after it leaves my possession. If you are in question on How to care for the plant purchased please refer to a Plant Database for additional information. I will try to list as much as I know about a plants growing requirement. For example, Full sun. Part shade, High moisture, etc.

Helpful Growing Tips:

Most seeds can be stored in the refrigerator, and can withstand cold treatment. Annual flowers and vine seeds usually germinate without any cold treatment. Very tiny seeds (like snapdragons) can be sown right on top of the growing medium surface for germination. Hard coated seeds can benefit from being nicked and soaked in water before sowing. For example, Morning Glory seeds germinate faster when soaked before sowing. Seeds that benefit from cold treatment are usually Cold Hardy Perennials. They can be winter sown in the ground or prepared indoors. Keep in mind when sowing seeds indoors the key is: You are trying to duplicate how germination occurs in natural conditions for that particular plant. For preparing indoors, soak the seeds for 24 hours. Then place the seeds in a ziplock bag in the freezer (very cold hardy plants) or in the refrigerator (semi-cold hardy plants) for 6-12 weeks until ready to sow. Therefore they will already be cold stratified and ready for sowing indoors. Always use good seed starting soil when trying to start new seeds. Purchased seed starting medium has the adequate growing nutrients for starting seedlings. Viola seeds benefit from darkness when germinating, others may need light and high warmth. Therefore do not cover seeds with soil and provide bottom warmth. Remember keep all seed starting moist until germination.