Sharon, WOW, what a mouthful of words. Do your new plants have any common names that I might identify them in my mind by? They sound like they are climbers? Tall plants? I bet they will look beautiful when they are flowering. Good for you!!!
I planted a new plant from seed in my greenhouse this year. It is called the Chilean Glory Vine. I have no clue what it does, but my brother-in-law (who is from Chile), said that it grows everywhere down in his country, and that it is really beautiful. I can't wait!!!! I need to find out if seed can be taken from it at end of summer, or if I must overwinter one in the house and take cuttings next spring.
I took over 32 cuttings from my Anise Hyssop a while back and they are setting root like crazy. In about another week I'll set them outside.
It is interesting, the cuttings I took from the mother plant last year are growing much much better than the mother plant is presently now. It makes me believe that Hyssop probably likes to be divided. So, next spring I will divide all of them. There is no doubt in my mind about this one. The bees go absolutely nuts on the Hyssop, and I love the fragrance of the leaves and flowers, so pretty. Have a wonderful day, great life and health. Cindi