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We grow morning glories in pots every year and harvest the seeds in the fall to save for the next spring. (Ada called them Morning Glorias when she was little). This year we noticed a proliferation of dried seeds on vines around our neighborhood and gathered some on one of our walks. We mixed the seeds together and had so many that we decided to package some up for gifts. Ada cut morning glory shapes from blue and purple scraps and decorated the recycled tins that once housed photo corners. We can’t wait to see what new colors come out of the harvest this year.