Sharing plants is one of the nicest things about gardening friendships.
Several of us regularly share cuttings, seeds, and divisions within our own community.
If it grows for one of us, chances are very good that it will grow in our friends’ gardens, too!
Our visits nearly always end up with a gift of something which will grow.
And our gardens grow as constant reminders of our friendships.
I’ve exchanged seeds, cuttings, and divisions with a few blogging friends this summer, too.
What a joy to share our gardens and love of plants with one another!
I have gathered seeds this autumn from our beautiful blue morning glory vine and from our native Hibiscus moscheutos, and will be happy to share.
I sent a packet off to a blogging friend in today’s mail, and have plenty left to share with others who may be interested.
The morning glory is an annual and reseeds itself each year.
It should grow anywhere the growing season is at least two to three months long.
The Hibiscus is a perennial in Zones 5-10.
It will take a few years for the plant to bloom, but it is stunning and gives more than a month of blooms once it does.
Please leave me a comment if you would like seeds from either of these beautiful plants.