Coleus forum: Seeds

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Jun 1, 2016 6:39 AM CST
Hi everyone!

I live in Sweden and has started to collect coleus. But it's so annoying to see all the beautiful plants you guys have in USA. Sighing!

So my question is: is there anyone who knows a website with many different seeds who will send to Sweden? Confused

And yes I have already realized I live on the wrong side of the world. Thumbs down

I have a big wish list. Just ask me and will post it. Hurray! Drooling
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Jun 2, 2016 3:35 AM CST


Hope someone can help
Name: Elaine
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Jun 2, 2016 8:51 PM CST
I think your best bet would be to contact a few online nurseries directly, to see if they will send seeds to you. Most people here start with plants, or cuttings I think.

The risk you will take is whether you are allowed to import the seeds into Sweden. First check with your department of agriculture about that because even if you buy seeds and get them sent to you, they may be stopped by your customs people on that end. That would be a shame, after you've paid for seeds and shipping.

Here's a link to a big commercial seller's Coleus page. Across the top bar at right there's a "contact us" link where you can e-mail them and ask if they will send you seeds. Most online sellers have this feature.

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