A federal agency said it had identified 14 types of plants from unsolicited packages of seeds that appeared to have been mailed from China, revealing a … Officials have warned the shipments of mystery seeds, which appear to have originated in China, could be invasive plant species. FLORIDA - Mystery seeds thought to be from China that were mailed to Florida residents have been identified by officials. New York Daily News | Aug 01, 2020 at 6:23 PM . The U.S. Department of Agriculture has identified some of the plant species in bags of unsolicited seeds arriving in mailboxes across the United States. The mystery packets of seeds … At least 14 […] The state was rattled late last week by reports of more than 1,000 Floridians receiving mystery seeds in the mail from China, despite never placing … The U.S. Department of Agriculture has identified 14 kinds of seeds in the mysterious packages that appear to have been sent unsolicited from China to people around the country. USDA tested those mysterious seeds from China. Guess what it found? Seeds from China are mysteriously appearing in the mailboxes of unsuspecting Americans. By Joseph Wilkinson. ... sage, rosemary, lavender, hibiscus, and rose were among the varieties identified by … Officials have warned the shipments of mystery seeds, which appear to have originated in China, could be invasive plant species. Mysterious China seeds received by Americans identified by USDA. The U.S. Department of Agriculture have identified some of the seeds which were sent unsolicited from China to hundreds of Americans.. So far, however, the species appear to be innocuous. Some mystery seeds illegally sent from China identified. Mysterious seeds from China have been shipped to Americans in all 50 states, an investigation has discovered. ... Officials warn not to plant mystery seeds delivered across U.S. ... At least 14 of the seed species had been identified … So far, however, the species appear to be innocuous. The USDA now knows what some of them are.