Botanical Name: Abies balsamea WV Canaan
Common Name: Canaan Fir
Botanical Name: Abies fraseri NC, Roan Mt.
Common Name: Fraser Fir, Fraser's Fir
Botanical Name: Abies koreana
Common Name: Korean Fir
Botanical Name: Acer buergerianum
Common Name: Trident Maple
Botanical Name: Acer griseum dewinged
Common Name: Paperbark Maple
Botanical Name: Acer palmatum small seed - stratified
Common Name: Small Seeded Japanese Maple
Botanical Name: Acer palmatum matsumurae Bloodgood dry seed
Common Name: Bloodgood Japanese Maple
Botanical Name: Acer saccharum wings
Common Name: Sugar Maple, Northern Sugar Maple, Canada Maple
Botanical Name: Actinidia chinensis
Common Name: Kiwi, Kiwi Fruit, Chinese Gooseberry
Botanical Name: Amelanchier laevis
Common Name: Alleghany Serviceberry, Smooth Shadbush
Botanical Name: Aronia melanocarpa
Common Name: Black Chokeberry, Black-seeded Chokeberry
Botanical Name: Betula papyrifera clean seed
Common Name: Paper Birch, Canoe Birch, White Birch
Botanical Name: Calycanthus floridus
Botanical Name: Capsicum annuum Early Jalapeno
Common Name: Early Jalapeno Pepper
Botanical Name: Carpinus turczaninovii
Common Name: Korean hornbeam
Botanical Name: Catalpa speciosa
Botanical Name: Cedrus deodara
Common Name: Deodar Cedar, Himalayan Cedar, Deodar
Botanical Name: Cercidiphyllum japonicum
Common Name: Katsura Tree, Japanese Judas Tree
Botanical Name: Cercis canadensis Northern Zone 5
Botanical Name: Cladrastis kentukea
Botanical Name: Coffea arabica
Botanical Name: Cornus florida Northern
Common Name: Flowering Dogwood, White Flowering Dogwood
Botanical Name: Cornus kousa chinensis
Common Name: Chinensis Kousa Dogwood, Chinese Dogwood
Botanical Name: Cornus sericea
Botanical Name: Corylus americana
Common Name: American Hazelnut, American Filbert, Hazelnut
Botanical Name: Cotinus coggygria Purpureus
Common Name: Purple Smoketree
Botanical Name: Delonix regia
Common Name: Royal Poinciana, Flame Tree
Botanical Name: Diospyros virginiana
Common Name: Common Persimmon
Botanical Name: Eucalyptus deglupta
Botanical Name: Fagus grandifolia
Common Name: American Beech
Botanical Name: Fagus sylvatica
Common Name: European Beech
Botanical Name: Franklinia alatamaha
Common Name: Franklin Tree, Franklinia
Botanical Name: Fraxinus pennsylvanica
Common Name: Green Ash, Northern Red Ash, Red Ash
Botanical Name: Gerbera jamesonii
Common Name: Barberton Daisy, Transvaal Daisy, Gerber Daisy
Botanical Name: Gleditsia triacanthos Inermis
Common Name: Thornless Honey Locust
Botanical Name: Gymnocladus dioicus
Common Name: Kentucky Coffeetree, Kentucky Coffee Tree
Botanical Name: Helianthus annuus Autumn Beauty
Common Name: Autumn Beauty Common Sunflower
Botanical Name: Heptacodium miconioides
Common Name: Seven Son Flower, Seven Son Tree
Botanical Name: Hippophae rhamnoides
Common Name: Seaberry, Sea Buckthorn
Botanical Name: Humulus lupulus
Common Name: Hops, Beer Hops, Common Hops
Botanical Name: Ipomoea tricolor Heavenly Blue
Common Name: Grannyvine, Heavenly Blue Morning Glory
Botanical Name: Juglans ailantifolia Cordiformis
Common Name: Heartnut
Botanical Name: Kalmia latifolia
Common Name: Mountain Laurel, Spoonwood
Botanical Name: Koelreuteria paniculata
Common Name: Pride Of India, Varnish Tree, Golden Rain Tree
Botanical Name: Kolkwitzia amabilis
Common Name: Beautybush, Beauty Bush
Botanical Name: Laburnum anagyroides
Common Name: Golden Chain Tree, Golden Rain Tree, Laburnum
Botanical Name: Larix laricina
Common Name: Tamarack, Eastern Larch, American Larch
Botanical Name: Liquidambar styraciflua Northern
Common Name: Sweetgum, Redgum, Sapgum
Botanical Name: Berberis repens
Botanical Name: Myrica pensylvanica clean seed
Common Name: Northern Bayberry, Bayberry
Botanical Name: Myrica rubra
Common Name: Yumberry, Yang-mei
Botanical Name: Nepeta cataria
Common Name: Catnip, Catmint, Catswort
Botanical Name: Nyssa sylvatica Southern
Botanical Name: Ocimum basilicum
Common Name: Sweet Basil
Botanical Name: Olea europaea CANINO
Common Name: Olive, Common Olive, Edible Olive, CANINO Olive
Botanical Name: Oxydendrum arboreum
Common Name: Sourwood, Lily Of The Valley Tree, Sorrel Tree
Botanical Name: Papaver somniferum
Common Name: Opium Poppy
Botanical Name: Passiflora caerulea
Botanical Name: Paulownia tomentosa
Common Name: Princesstree, Empress Tree
Botanical Name: Picea abies North America
Common Name: Norway Spruce
Botanical Name: Picea pungens Majestic
Common Name: Majestic Blue Spruce
Botanical Name: Pinus eldarica
Common Name: Afghan Pine, Mondell Pine, Lone Star Christmas Tree, Desert Pine, Elder Pine, Eldarica Pine
Botanical Name: Pinus mugo mughus
Common Name: Mugo Pine, Mugo Pine Tree, Mountain Pine
Botanical Name: Pinus parviflora
Botanical Name: Pinus pinea
Common Name: Italian Stone Pine, Umbrella Pine
Botanical Name: Pinus rigida
Common Name: Pitch Pine, Picky Pine
Botanical Name: Pinus strobus New York
Botanical Name: Pinus sylvestris England, East Anglia
Common Name: Scots Pine, Scotch Pine
Botanical Name: Pinus virginiana Improved
Common Name: Improved Virginia Pine
Botanical Name: Pistacia chinensis USA
Common Name: Chinese Pistache, Chinese Pistach
Botanical Name: Prunus americana
Common Name: American Plum, Wild Plum, Common Wild Plum
Botanical Name: Prunus avium 'CVI'
Botanical Name: Prunus avium Alkavo
Botanical Name: Pseudolarix amabilis
Common Name: Chinese Golden-larch
Botanical Name: Pyrus calleryana China
Common Name: Callery Pear
Botanical Name: Quercus acutissima
Common Name: Sawtooth Oak
Botanical Name: Quercus bicolor
Common Name: Swamp White Oak
Botanical Name: Quercus palustris
Common Name: Pin Oak
Botanical Name: Quercus robur Fastigiata
Common Name: English Upright Oak, Upright English Oak
Botanical Name: Quercus shumardii
Common Name: Shumard's Oak, Shumard's Red Oak
Botanical Name: Robinia pseudoacacia
Common Name: Black Locust, Yellow Locust, False Acacia
Botanical Name: Sequoia sempervirens
Common Name: Redwood, California Redwood, Coast Redwood
Botanical Name: Sequoiadendron giganteum
Botanical Name: Syringa reticulata
Common Name: Japanese Tree Lilac
Botanical Name: Thuja occidentalis Pyramidalis
Common Name: Pyramidal American Arborvitae
Botanical Name: Tilia cordata
Common Name: Littleleaf Linden, Little-leaf Linden
Botanical Name: Tilia tomentosa
Common Name: Silver Linden, Silver Lime
Botanical Name: Trifolium repens
Botanical Name: Tsuga canadensis Northern
Common Name: Eastern Hemlock, Canadian Hemlock
Botanical Name: Vaccinium corymbosum
Common Name: Highbush Blueberry
Botanical Name: Vitis riparia
Common Name: Riverbank Grape
Botanical Name: Vitis vinifera
Botanical Name: Wisteria sinensis
Common Name: Chinese Wisteria
Botanical Name: Xanthoceras sorbifolium
Common Name: Yellowhorn
Frequently Asked Questions
What about GMO's?
Non-GMO Declaration Sheffield's has been in business Since 1978. Some of our seed suppliers have been with us almost that long. We are often asked about GMO's, please read more.
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My seeds germinated really well but then a couple of days later they seemed to rot at the base and died.
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Foreign Orders Customers Information
Foreign orders require extra checks – both on our side as well as on the importing customer’s.
While we have years of experience with arranging and accommodating for most import regulations – it is ultimately the customer's responsibility for coordinating and adhering to their country’s import requirements and providing us with the necessary documentation.
Sheffield’s will not replace lost seeds or be responsible for delayed orders due to insufficient documentation, confiscated items, or taxes. We reserve the right to deny shipment of any order without the required, proper documentation.
Things to know BEFORE ordering for delivery to outside the U.S.A.
1. $75 minimum order value
Sheffield’s requires a minimum value of $75 USD worth of seed for any order destined for outside the U.S.A, including Canada.
2. Is an Import Permit (IP) needed for this seed?
Any orders requiring an IP should have the IP arranged before Sheffield’s can ship your order.
We recommend starting by contacting your Ministry of Agriculture or its equivalent for current information on the specific seeds you intend to import. You should check on any Import Permit (IP) requirements, including the origin of the seed (always stated on our Detailed Listing part of the seed’s order page under Collection Locale).
Any Import Permits should be in English and verifiable by authorities if need be.
3. Once the Import Permit is obtained (if required), our USDA official can determine whether the ordered seed can meet the stated requirements.
Below are a few links to several regions’ import requirements, which can provide a starting point.
These should be treated as tentative information sources, not definitive guarantees. The customer remains responsible for arranging and adhering to their country’s import requirements.
New Zealand https://www1.maf.govt.nz/cgi-bin/bioindex/bioindex.pl
4. Phytosanitary certificates
We can usually arrange phytosanitary certificates for most seeds.
Once your order has been paid for and all shipping and import requirements aligned on (including any Import permits, etc), we will calculate and send you a PayPal invoice for any additional costs.
Prices start at $81. Certain EU-based orders have an option of starting at $41 per phyto.
Throughout most of the year, we schedule weekly USDA inspections for foreign orders. Orders will not be inspected until fully paid for, resulting in delays being at least 1 week or longer.
Please contact us for any further questions regarding foreign-destination orders!
At Sheffield’s, we pride ourselves in making our products available to retail as well as wholesale customers all over the world. We aim to ship orders quickly and efficiently. While most orders arrive in good condition, there are always risks when shipping internationally.
Faster shipping options should be selected for more perishable (recalcitrant) seeds.
“First Class Mail” is the slowest, with very limited tracking outside the U.S.A.