- Sun May 16, 2021 9:08 pm
Someone I did a plant trade with online sent a surprise of sarr seeds. I'm positive the seeds have not been stratified -- they are far too clean and dry for that. So, should I try to 1) sow them anyway and see if they germinate, 2) stratify them for 6 weeks and try to start them in July (keeping in mind I live in the Great White North where our growing season is pretty much done by the end of August/beginning of September), or 3) store them in the fridge and begin the stratification process this next fall/winter. In case it matters, they are of an open pollinated cross with the pod parent being minor Okee Giant Yellow River.
Blessed are the "cracked" ... for it is they who let in the light.