From: email@example.com (J.L. Long) Newsgroups: alt.drugs Subject: Re: HBWR seeds Date: 10 Jun 1994 05:11:37 GMT [quoted text deleted -cak] Morning Glory's are really weed-like vines (I believe another common name is pigweed, and have heard that a chopped vine can grow into a new plant from as little as a 3/4in length). I know of a few places around the city where it grows wild or semi-wild (at least sidewalk accessible), and have collected a good number of capsules the 2-3 times I strolled past. Some weevils lay their eggs in the flowers; when the insect matures (inside the capsule), it cuts out a small (3mm dia.) perfectly circular hole to escape. These seeds are now approximately 3 years old (I collect more seeds than I have time to care for (70-80 plants)), but I sprouted some of the Morning Glory a couple months ago with a fairly good germination rate (~75%). However, overly-humid conditions caused rotting and their demise.