Jetta Carleton published one book in her life— The moonflower Vine in 1963—and when she died in 1999, it was mostly forgotten.
The moonflower Vineby Jetta Carleton A rediscovered gem reminiscent of To Kill a Mockingbird.
The seeds of the moonflower are large and hard and will fail to grow unless they are slightly cut.
And her heart folded inward like the petals of a moonflower.
The digging began at the fence and reached the moonflower, whose roots were indeed deep.
With moonflower I have failed, although I soaked the big seed over night and sowed with great care.
The moonflower on the bookcase behind Alexander was a thing of beauty.
The seeds of the moonflower must be soaked in hot water, and left over night, before sowing.
But the moonflower—he would like to have one more look at that.
Her own was near the moonflower that climbed over the tiny veranda and was now in full bloom.