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Is there a natural way to say:

(a) He grows / plants flowers to export other countries.

(b) He is growing / planting flowers for / to export.

(c) He sells flowers to / for export.
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It seems fine to me.
Vincent TeoIs there a natural way to say:

(a) He grows / plants flowers to export to other countries.

(b) He is growing / planting flowers for / to export.

(c) He sells flowers to / for export.

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Thanks, Can I say,

(a) He grows flowers to export them to other countries.

(b) He plants flowers to export to oversea people.
How about my sentences?
I think so, they are fine. Emotion: smile But there is a difference between "grow" and "plant". "Grow" means "take care about flowers until they are prepared for sales since you created conditions for them to grow, i.e. you prepared soil, seeds, put them into soil, take care of them, watering them e.t.c".
But "to plant" means that you settled them into sail. There is no implying about taking care and so on. Anyway, I think there is no big difference between rhem if you're talking about in informal way.
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