Answer: First of all, I'd look into any regulations with bringing seeds, bulbs, and/or plants into the country. Many mail-order companies here in the US can't ship material out of the country, and you wouldn't want to get off an airplane with a bunchof seeds or plants, only to be detained for inspection. <br><br>That said, there are many plants that grow just fine in Minnesota--so there should be plenty for Moscow. I'd try to find out the approximate first and last frost dates, which will give you an idea of the length of the growing season. Then, choose vegetables with the appropriate days to maturity. If possible, find out the average minimum winter temperature, which will help determine an approximate hardiness zone. You can then choose perennials based on that figure.<br><br>If you can be a bit more specific, we might be able to come up with some varieties. (Do you want shrubs? vegetables? what kind? etc.) I'm afraid, however, that the biggest limit will be on import regulations (and finding companies that will ship there), so check those first.
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