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Cave Creek, AZ

December 5, 2012
4:26 PM

Post #9350791

Is there anyone interested in swapping some named oleander cuttings in the spring?


United Kingdom
(Zone 9a)

December 6, 2012
2:47 AM

Post #9351077

Before you do, have you checked import regulations? Intercontinental transport of live plant material other than seeds is generally prohibited, for obvious plant health reasons.

Cave Creek, AZ

December 27, 2012
10:29 AM

Post #9368420

I have a seed import license but most collectors find that it is too much work to follow what they want. I just want to trade some named cuttings with some with collectors. I have several types to offer. Many of my collector friends send the cuttings as wood carvings. We clean then and see that they are insect free and safe to ship.
Oleander are very big with collectors in Europe.
Many people may want seed but I have no desire to grow them as it take a few years for them to flower.

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