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Pass-along Plants

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After many years I still remember my pass-along plants and who gave them to me. I love walking through my garden and picking out particular plants and remembering the friends that pass them along to me.

My first pass-along plants were mostly houseplants.

I had an aloe vera plant that was given to me as one of the many babies the plant produces. Then I gave our daughter a baby many years ago.  I am not sure what happened to my original plant but not long ago, our daughter gave me another one of its babies.

Pass-along plants are easily propagated and given away as bulbs, seeds, cuttings, or divisions.

What pass-along plants have you been given or passed along?

These are some example of plants that have been passed along to me:

Aloe Vera


Spider Plant


Cemetery Iris


Garlic Chives


If you would like some pass-along seeds, some of our members are doing just that.

Seeds Want to Go Places!!

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