Hello! I'm moving away at the end of this month from Charleston, WV. I'm in the East End and I have some plants that are going to need new homes. I have some black petunias that are struggling due to weather, but with some TLC should make it. If you trim these back for Winter and look up proper care for winter (indoors), you can plant them in Spring in your own garden, pot, window box, etc. and they'll bounce back. They're REALLY pretty and velvety... I also have some red impatiens that are getting so big in the roots, they need a new pot! They're fine indoors through Winter. I also had a garden this year, and I'm starting to get marigold seeds from my marigolds - Taishan Gold African Marigolds, as well as traditional marigolds. You may also have some cherry tomatoes if they're still producing and you come to pick stuff up, if you like. Maybe the seeds will grow more! Back to the Marigolds: Both of them blew up, this year, so I'll have some strong seed recruits! Great for attracting bees and butterflies, next year. Easy to grow, great pest repellents.