Mike, I know you pack your plants well and no doubt your seed packets, too. These were in a windowed piece of cardboard, but no padding, pretty much like every other packet of seeds that I've received (probably over a dozen). I don't think I've ever really had an issue with them.
I tried my regular "make a paper tray"and tap lightly but sharply to see if any seeds rolled downhill but never saw any "suspect rollers".
Hopefully my eyes were just not sharp enough to spy them in the chaff. But, are regia seeds larger than, say, d. filiformis Florida Red seeds? The reason I ask is that after planting the regia seeds (hopefully
) I winnowed some Florida Red seeds from a couple of flower stalks from a plant that's been blooming. I had plenty of visual sightings of those seeds. Would have the regia seeds been easier to see? I'm not definitely not complaining being as these were all gifted to me, one way or another, and I'm thankful for them...I'm just trying to get my bearings here on size.