Argentina

Import Papers Required (Stringent conditions to be met including 'soil free' plants)

Yes

1 (4 plants)

Successful - Plants were grown soil free in vermiculite.  Importer was patient enough to wait for these to become ready and persistent enough get the correct Import papers from their own authorities.

Brazil

Plant Pest Risk Assessment

No

8

Successful

Bulgaria

Detail not established

No

4

Successful

Canada

Yes - Detail not established

No

1

Destroyed by Customs - compensation received.

Croatia Detail not established No 1 Successful
Czech Republic Detail not established No 1 Successful

Iceland

Phytosanitaty Certificate only

Yes

2 (4 plants)

Successful

Israel Detail not established No 1

Successful

Norway 

Phytosanitaty Certificate only

No

3

Successful - 1 after slight delay - Plant held by Norwegian authorities until temporary certificate sorted

Sorry, export to Norway no longer possible due to change in legal status  

Yes

4

Mostly successful (1 plant died) - plants held until copy of certificate sent to appropriate authorities - copy papers sent in advance after this experience

Poland

Detail not established

No

1

Successful

Serbia Detail not established No 1 Successful

South Africa

Import Permit required before I get Phytosanitaty Certificate

No

1 (2 plants)

Successful

Switzerland

Detail not established

No

1

Successful

Turkey

Detail not established

No

1 (2 plants)

Successful

Ukraine

Detail not established

No

3

Successful

Uruguay Yes - Detail not established No 1

1

Destroyed by Customs - Customer wanted to try again rather than refund, result...

Successful

Phytosanitary certificates can be obtained by me as the exporter at no additional cost to yourself.

Where papers officially required indicated as 'Phytosanitary certificate only', you do not have to do anything extra such as contact your department of agriculture or send me an Import Permit.