Re: [gardeners] FW: about your plants.

George Shirley (
Tue, 17 Jul 2001 07:31:16 -0500

Janni: I've sent vegetable and flower seeds all over the world with no problem.
Most nations forbid import of plants but allow seeds to go through. One such
nation is the US of A, incoming plants must have phytosanitary certificates
issued by the nation from whence they come and even then you might not get them.

I generally mark the customs ticket on the outside of the package as to what
they are, ie iris seeds, chile seeds, etc.


Janni wrote:
> When sending seeds to this country, be very careful not to write on the
> outside what is inside. Laws very, but seeds are usually banned going from
> country. I will be sending seeds. I will let you all know if they arrive.
> Janni
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> >Thank you for your letter! I'll use the mailing list.
> >I'll do my best
> >to
> >grow not surviving, but living plant.
> >My adress is
> >Alina Proskurina
> >Osinovskaya 75
> >Chuguev
> >Kharkov region
> >the Ukraine
> >63503
> >Thank you!
> >Alina.
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