Can I bring plants into the UK from France?

If you are travelling from a country within the EU (see the list below), you can bring in any fruit, vegetables or plant products – as long as they are grown in any of these countries, are free from pests and diseases and are for your personal consumption.

Can you take plants from EU to UK?

As the UK has now left the EU, the EU plant passport is no longer valid in GB. Post Brexit you must have a phytosanitary certificate (PC) to import plant material from the EU. This includes almost all plants for planting, most seeds, cut flowers and tuber vegetables such as potatoes from the EU.

Can I bring a plant back from France?

Technically speaking, other plants, seeds, cuttings and cut flowers are allowed as long as they are presented to inspectors at the French border and come with a phytosanitary certificate, proving their provenance and that they are do not pose a risk to France.

Can I carry plants to UK?

You must have a phytosanitary (health) certificate ( PC ) for almost all plants and living parts of plants, including all seeds for planting, entering Great Britain (England, Scotland and Wales) from non- EU third countries.

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Can I import plants from Europe?

Since 1 January 2021 imports of high-priority plants and plant products from the EU must have: a phytosanitary certificate (PC) a pre-notification submitted by the importer in England, Scotland or Wales for documentary and identity checks.

Can you take plants on international flights UK?

According to the TSA (Transport Security Administration), it’s okay to bring plants on planes. You can pack them safely inside checked luggage or hand luggage as long as they fit the airline size and weight restrictions, and the soil doesn’t contain too much liquid.

Can I take plants from UK to France after Brexit?

No, unfortunately it is not possible to bring in plants for planting from the UK to France, due to the EU’s plant health laws on bringing items from outside the EU.

Can you bring plants from?

Yes, you can bring plants on an airplane, according to the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) in the U.S. The TSA allows plants in both carry-on and checked bags. … Most of their rules fall in line with those of the TSA, but you should always check with your airline before trying to take a plant on board.

Can you send plants overseas?

Is it legal to send plants overseas? If that species of plant is allowed in the country of destination and you have all necessary documents required for the shipment and customs clearance, shipping plants overseas is possible. Always check what are the rules of the local authorities before shipping such items.

Can I take my plants abroad?

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Generally speaking, importing fewer than a dozen plant items doesn’t require a permit providing that species has no restrictions. Documentation, quarantines, and inspections may still be required.