Since many members of this forum like to start plants from cuttings, divisions, slips and seeds, I thought I would offer up some of my extra. These are all from my own garden. FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED. PM ME IF INTERESTED

SEEDS

#1 5 seeds freshly harvested from my morning glory vine. (I have 3 sets of these) This vine produces lovely deep blue flowers with white
picotee
#2 I have 4 of these available: Division from a super healthy, fast growing miniature SEMI-EVERGREEN
around all the edges. Sometime produces double flowers. Soak seeds in water till they split, then place 1/4 - 1/2 inch deep in fine potting soil and place under a grow light or in bright light until they sprout. When they have at least 4 real leaves, transplant and move outside or into bright sun.

#2 10 seeds freshly harvested from a miniature EVERGREEN Orange
daylily
. (I have 4 sets of these) I do not have the name of this plant. This one produces large sprays of 10 or more small deep orange blooms. This one
re-blooms
as well.

#3 10 seeds freshly harvested from a standard EVERGREEN Yellow
daylily
. (I have 3 sets of these) I do not have the name of this plant. This one produces nice sprays of 7+ large clear yellow blooms. This one
re-blooms
.

To start
daylily
seeds, place about 2 inches of
moistened
perlite
in a gallon zip bag. Add the seeds, shake, close the bag and place in a bright area. Open bag once every 10 days or so to either let humidity out or add a little water. Remove from bag and pot or plant out doors when roots are at least 2.5 to 3 inches.

DIVISIONS

#1 I have 3 of these available: Division from a super healthy, fast growing miniature SEMI-EVERGREEN
daylily
- small yellow
blooms
, mini Stella d'
Oro
. Clump should go into at least an 10 inch pot or in the ground.

day lily
- small reddish purple blooms, Little Business. Clump should go into at least an 8 inch pot or in the ground.