I have collected my plantswhen travelling in Africa and Latin America. I guess they are just as common in gardens in Florida and California, but being garden varietys they are not sold as pot plants in Sweden, thus being rare here. But never in my wildest dream I believed you could sell the stuff, even less to get such a neat profit. The last onelooks likea more common pot variety, though.
I hope I did not sound in any way like I was disparaging your plants Kjell. I think it is neat that, in this age of instant world wide commerce, there are still things rare in some places and common in others. And, if you gave me instructions and thought they could make it, I would be happy to make cuttings from the ones around here.