- Tue Dec 07, 2021 3:48 pm
Agreed, might be best to wait.
While a few days inside due to a cold snap won't hurt them, it would suck if they germinated then, due to the fluctuating temps and shorter photoperiod, went into a mini-dormancy. They probably wouldn't have the reserves stored in their rhizome (if they had a rhizome at that point) to bounce back.
Wait until Spring, consistently warming temps, longer and longer days, and you should be good.
However, if you're impatient, sow them now and put them under a grow light for 16 hours a day until Spring. This would give them a little boost until sleepy time next winter.
Everything happens for a reason. Sometimes the reason is that I make bad decisions.