Tropical climate: USDA Zone 11 equivalent
My location: Northern Queensland, Australia
I will swap internationally, but it’s a hassle for the sender.
For me to recieve seeds/plants from overseas, without customs confiscating them, seeds must be free of all debris – no soil, dust, etc, and they must be clearly labelled with their botanical name.
Plants must be sent bare root to comply with Queensland’s agricultural regulations for interstate, as well as international, swaps.
Apart from succulents or cactus, do not send PLANTS between December to February it is too hot for survival – plants cook in the wrapping during transit! Domestic mail (within Australia) can take 5 days, sometimes longer, when sent either to or from here, and international mail will take longer still.