The U.S. needs to know the origin of plants that I buy there before they will issue me a phyto to take them into Canada. If I buy in Oregon and Washington, I need two phytos, one from each state. I think it is even worse in the U.K. I remember a London authority telling me that inspections needed to be done county by county. I had bought plants at the Royal Horticultural Society garden at Wisley, but the inspector said there was no way to know where those plants had been grown, so they couldn't be given a phyto. I gave all my plants away. Diane Whitehead On 6-Feb-08, at 11:56 AM, Lee Poulsen wrote: > > What are your feelings about having things from outside the UK sent to > you (that the UK allows to be imported, such as from other EU > countries) > and then sent from you to here with the phyto issued in the UK?