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By BumpyEvergreen
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Hello, to begin I left the forum in 2018, at that point I had thriving sundews and decided to store my seeds at room temp. I had found them today and thought, why not! So I have sown Drosera capensis and madagascariensis, and will document whether this works or not, this is mostly curiosity.
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I also have some Sarr seed which is also 3+ years old and have begun to stratify them using the paper towel method. I want to do the water stratification method but am unsure.
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