posted on Sep, 1 2012 @ 12:36 PM
Originally posted by munkey66
Originally posted by deadeyedick
reply to post by allenidaho
I'm not so sure that is the case. I should be able to have any plant i want as long as it is not illegal.
I'm not finding any laws against this plant.
Now if someone is selling it as a medicine that is a different case more than likely.
Importing plants can be very difficult and in some cases illegal if there is no environmental study on the plant, it could turn into a noxious weed in
a non native environment.
The reason you may be having trouble finding out much about the plant is because it has only recently made the headlines, also collecting wild seeds
in the Australian bush requires a license.
From the info i have gathered this is a tree and not a shrub as was stated in the title.
Also i found that you only have to obtain a permit to collect seeds from the national forest but chances are that the majority of these trees are in a