Speaking of Gardening...
I've been asked about them by several people and knowing they can be hard to find I'm offering eleven packs of Japanese indigo seeds saved from my balcony plants last year.
The packets are made from brown paper and labelled 'Japanese indigo 2010'. Each contains over 60 plump, ripe seeds, hand-picked, winnowed and dried to prolong their life. The seeds will be wrapped in another piece of paper inside for protection. They are in the shop for £1.50 a packet which covers the postage.
If you're in the US you should visit Dustin of Creative by Nature who was also offering to share her indigo seeds.
***Edit: please read Dustin's comments below this post.***
In the UK I bought the seeds from this website last year and they seem to have some available now as well as potted indigo plants.
Leena of the wonderful blog Riihivilla listed some European and US suppliers in this post.
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