£1.30 Shipping Per Order With No Limit on Sachet / Foil Purchased Quantity • FREE Collection From Our Darlington Warehouse


Who are Budget Seeds?

Budget Seeds is a sister website of Pretty Wild Seeds Ltd, a family business ran by Andrew & Paula Ivison, based in Darlington, in the North East of England.

Where do your seeds come from?

We source our seeds from the same suppliers the main companies use, after all, there are only so many producers in the World. You can rest assured that being DEFRA registered, means our seeds go through the very same screening processes before being passed fit for retail.

Why are the seeds such great value?

One of our passions has always been getting more people in to growing, as Pretty Wild Seeds Ltd evolved we purchased a new packing machine which opened up lots of exciting possibilities. And one of those was to be able to package our seed in much smaller seed counts and reduce packaging and labour to bring our prices down as cheap as possible and still with the same responsibly sourced seeds as above.

This is why we will always strive to be budget in price, priceless in quality.

How does my seed arrive?

Your seeds will arrive in simple, small foil sachets, which are packed on our mechanical packing machine, without sowing instructions.

All sowing instructions are part of the product listings which you are more than welcome to print out for your records or classes.

How do I order my seeds?

All orders are processed via our website, it is not viable to take telephone orders currently as we are trying to remove the labour element to bring our seed prices as low as possible.

Do you provide seeds in large quantities wholesale basis?

Currently we supply wholesale to a whole range of charities, schools, allotments and gardening clubs up and down the Country and are very proud to do so. Almost every seed you see in our shop we can pack in bulk quantities so if you’re looking for something like this, please contact us at info@budgetseeds.co.uk.

How much is postage?

Postage for seed sachets is set at £1.30 regardless of quantity. These will be sent out via Royal Mail 48 Hour service. Alternatively, we also offer a Next Working Day courier service. For items which are overweight such as from 500g and upwards, these will be sent via Royal Mail packages and are priced accordingly. For anything past 2.5Kg up to 25Kg, this will be sent out via Next Working Day courier.

I have clicked In Person Pickup, when will the seeds be ready?​

If you’re local to us and would prefer to pick up directly from ourselves, please allow 24 hours from ordering before coming to collect, excluding weekends. If you place an order during the weekend, this is normally processed on a Monday morning and ready for collection on Tuesday.

Do you ship to Northern Ireland and the Scottish Highlands & Islands?

Anything which will fit in Royal Mail large letters or packages we can send through with Royal Mail, so sachets are fine. It’s when the item is over 2.5Kg that it will need to go through a courier, and is subject to an additional charge, please use our ‘Northern Ireland & Scottish Highlands’ postage option for any orders that amount to over 2.5Kg.

How long does it take to pack my order?

Throughout the week we aim to pack all orders within a 24-Hour period, the majority leaving the same day if ordered before 2pm, dependant on trade level. Orders over the weekend are processed on Monday.

I have my seed, now what do I do?

If you are unsure of how to sow your purchased seeds, please have a look on the product listing where you will find sowing instructions to help you on your way. Please pay attention to your local weather forecasts and ensure to give the seeds their best chance of germination. Being DEFRA registered under license number 7529, we responsibly source our seeds from producers who carry out full germination tests before they are allowed to sell their seed so every seed we sell is certified to grow as intended, given their ideal conditions.

We cannot be held responsible for your chosen sowing methods, weather cycle, ignored sowing rates, choice of soil or any other factor involved in growing from seed.