One of the great joys of gardening, and in my case, container gardening for the most part, is propogating plants to either have some more of something you love, or to refresh a plant that has grown tired or unattractive.
Purple Hearts (Tradescantia pallida 'Purple Heart') has a very fast sprawling growth rate and is great for flower beds and groundcover! I have this in my flower beds and it is so pretty, grows fast and roots easily!
Purple Heart is a creeping perennial that grows about 12 inches tall and 24 inches wide. Spear-shaped leaves range from reddish-purple to nearly black. Light pink, three-petaled flowers appear in summer. It’s winter-hardy in USDA Zones
Wandering Jew is an excellent choice as ground cover or as a showy plant for hanging baskets. Propagated from divisions, Wandering Jew would grow in sunny as well as shady locations.
>Best poppies for seed yield (excerpt) Basically 2 major varieties: The one is the "Album" and the other is the "Nigrum". If the seed is a hard grey-blue then it is always Nigrum-dominated and if the color is different then it is always Album-dominated. If the flower has a purple heart then it is Nigrum-dominated and if it has other colors (especially white!) it is an Album. > Nigrum is usually used for cooking, Album tends to have bigger capsules and tend to be used for Opium production.