Australia's Sweet Pea Specialists
Sweet Pea Seeds Restocked in March
Australia’s Largest Supplier of Australian Grown Sweet Pea Seeds
Plus a large range of seeds for Cut Flowers, Cottage Garden, Kitchen Garden and Plants.
Small Seed Lot Permit
This is a requirement of the United States for imported seeds and we strongly recommend all orders being shipped to the United States to obtain it. This permit will protect your order from being confiscated by the United States Customs.
These permits (ePermits) and can only be obtained by the importer . This is a simple process and can be applied for online at no cost. These permits are valid for 3 years and allow for multiple seed imports.
United States Department of Agriculture Small Seed Lots
How to obtain a Small Seed Lot Permit
Step 1 - Register Online with USDA
Register online for an eAuthentication USDA Level 2 Account allowing you to submit your ePermit application in the fastest possible way. Once you have registered you can then apply for your ePermit online (see Step 2 below).
STEP 2 – Apply for a Small Lots of Seed Permit
This can be done online or you can download forms and post them.
This is the fastest method. Processing times are around 2 to 3 days and the permit will be emailed to you.
Apply for an ePermit online
Alternatively you may download the form directly below and fax or post to the USDA. On the first line of section(3) – ‘Intended Use’ – check mark SMALL LOTS OF SEED PROGRAM
Application PPQ Form 587 (Import Plants or Plant Products)
Starting on the second line, list the seed species and countries from which you want to ship each species. If the list of species is long, you may enter “eligible taxa”. By using this option, you are accepting responsibility for determining the eligibility of the seeds.
STEP 3 – Email ePermit to Australia's Sweet Pea Specialists
Once you have received your approved ePermit and one green and yellow shipping label from the USDA, please attached to an email via email@example.com and we will process your order.
We will post seeds to the United States without this but this will require you taking full responsibility if your order is lost or confiscated by the US customs/quarantine.