- Sun Mar 21, 2021 9:54 pm
I've had great luck stratifying fresh seed in the fridge. Sarrs and drosera I have done for 4 and 6 weeks with similar success for both. Darlingtonia I did for 6 weeks with marginal success. I don't know if it is because of the seeds or the period. I currently have seeds from the same batch chilling for a longer period. Older seeds I am giving a longer period but my seeds were abused by the post office so that is likely my problem with them.
I am stratifying sarr, Cobra, and flytrap (yes, I know they don't need it) seeds on a paper towel soaked in distilled water. I put down the seeds, fold it in half, and roll it up before putting it into a plastic bag. Drosera seeds I am water stratifying by putting them in a centrifuge vial with distilled water and putting that in the fridge. After the appropriate time I take it out and put it under lights to germinate. Once they germinate, I plant them using a medicine dropper.
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