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Importing dried lavender (flower)

I was wondering if anyone knows about importing rules for dried flowers.

I found a wholesaler in england and they wrote on their site
"However, we are unable to send plant matter including dried lavender, roses, and pot pourri outside the EC due to import/export restrictions."

Anyone knows the details of this? I know France has plenty of lavendel - can I go there, buy it and then pay the fees at the border?

All help is appreciated.
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Re: Importing dried lavender (flower)

its your quarantine rules with phytosanitary requirements in my opinion. you might be importing contaminated earth etc
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