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James Library

Rockingham Seed Library

Well-known to many gardeners and plant lovers, "pass-along" plants are simply those you share with others, often as cuttings or divisions. They are usually your easy plants, those you have in abundance in your garden, and likely to be successful in their new home. Common pass-alongs are daylilies, hens & chicks (sedums), hydrangeas, irises, tiger lilies, and most house plants. But anything that will easily transplant or root can be shared including asparagus, blueberries, bulbs, elderberries, lilacs and roses. Pass-alongs are a wonderful way to connect with others through shared stories, family history, and a love of gardening.

If you have plants you would like to share, or you are interested in the available plants below, contact James Library at library@rockinghamcc.edu or 336-342-4261, ext. 2247.

 

Milkweed, Common (NC native)

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Purple Coneflower (Echinacea, NC native)

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Ironweed (NC native)

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Tiger Lily (not NC native)

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Gladiolus, Boone (not NC native)

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Daylily, Ming Toy (not NC native)

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