Kalyani Nandukar send me 2 packets of seeds, all the way from India. The seeds are clitoria ternatea (also known as Gokorna meaning cow's ears in her language) and bright yellow lily (she does not know the real name). Those are thank you seeds as a reply to roselle seeds I sent earlier. I googled for some early information on the seeds.
Clitoria ternatea, is a scientific name in the family of Fabaceae for a plant known as kacang telang (Malaysia) or butterfly pea (Australia) , Kordofan pea (the Sudan), campanilla (Panama), zapatillo de la reina (El Salvador), papito, bejuco de conchitas (Puerto Rico), pokindang (the Philippines). It is also known as bunga nasi kerabu because it can be used as colouring in a local delicacy nasi kerabu. Clitoria ternatea is summer-growing perennial climber with a woody base, can climb tall grasses and crops. Leaves with 5-7 leaflets elliptic to narrowly lanceolate 3-5 cm long, shortly pubescent underneath. Flowers solitary, attractive, deep blue, occasionally pure white, very shortly pedicellate, 4 to 5 cm long. Pod flat, linear, beaked, about 10 cm long, slightly pubescent. About 20 % hard seeds. (Andrews, 1952). Autogamous, 2 n = 16. Growing season 60-80 days. Refer here: Clitoria ternatea
And for the bright yellow lily, I really have to wait for the seeds to germinate and see for myself how they look like. So, clitoria ternatea and bright yellow lily will be the new addition to the garden soon (provided they germinate).
Seeds do travel far...