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Shipping eucalyptus leaves from CA to WA

Posted by sweetpea_path Z8 WA maritime (My Page) on
Mon, Oct 22, 12 at 15:17

Hello folks ~

Need some advice about the legality of mailing plant material across state lines...hope someone can help. I'd like a friend of mine in CA to send me a supply of dried eucalyptus leaves (which is abundant in her backyard!) to use in wreath-making here in WA state, but I don't know if this is legal or not. I know for sure that I could not have her send *live plants* without the proper phyto certificates. I think the laws are different for dried. Anyone know for sure?

Many thanks.


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RE: Shipping eucalyptus leaves from CA to WA

I believe you can. Sellers on eBay do it all the time, and websites that sell dried flowers or pressed flowers also ship across state lines.


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