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Molamola
Christiansted, VI
(Zone 11)

May 30, 2010
1:29 PM

Post #7843119

On ebay, you can safely buy from Adenium_Ko, in Taiwan, or khwarunee, in thailand. I am happy with purchases from both.

Also, in Florida, www.DurhamBotanicals.com

Is this a "legal" post?? Someone wants to know from whom to buy. Certainly not Walmart!
newtonsthirdlaw
Arlington, TX

May 30, 2010
8:44 PM

Post #7844372

Is there an issue with importing a plant from over seas? I have seen some very interesting sellers but don't want the hassle of dealing with an import permit for plants from Thailand. I think I will stick with more local sellers.
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bwolfsohn
Fort Lauderdale, FL

May 30, 2010
9:09 PM

Post #7844442

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Molamola
Christiansted, VI
(Zone 11)

June 1, 2010
12:18 PM

Post #7849039

I've received plants with no problem. Perhaps they look more closely if you have a nursery or order lots of plants. I got eight from khwarunee, off ebay that I'm happy with. I've gotten seeds from Adenium_ko.

If you have local sellers, good for you! The few for sale here are too expensive, and too limited. I want the new doubles and triples!

I am going to go ask about getting an import permit, hope it's not too $$$.

Photo is fresh out of the box. They all have leaves, and half have buds.

Mm

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newtonsthirdlaw
Arlington, TX

June 1, 2010
12:26 PM

Post #7849060

Just don't want the hassle of trying to import them. I guess I am stuck with what I can find here. I do admit the Thai sites have a great variety but I am not sure about the actual cost, considering the permits and shipping.
C
newtonsthirdlaw
Arlington, TX

June 10, 2010
7:56 AM

Post #7875562

I bought some nice plants from snowbelt adeniums in NY.
C
lakesidecallas
Dandridge, TN
(Zone 6a)

June 10, 2010
8:30 AM

Post #7875632

I think for Thailand you do not need an import permit IF they send a phytosanitary certificate and if the send less than 15 plants (I'm not 100% sure of the number).
newtonsthirdlaw
Arlington, TX

June 10, 2010
8:56 AM

Post #7875693

Hm that would make importing some interesting plants a lot easier. I might email a couple vendors and see if that is the case, thanks for the info.
C
Molamola
Christiansted, VI
(Zone 11)

June 10, 2010
11:39 AM

Post #7876099

I've been told to avoid Siam Adeniums. If you do order from him, Choochart, just try one cheaper plant. He has some sky high prices! In person would be a different story. And beware the word 'rare'. And there isn't a blue yet, that's a photo shop.

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