I tried to find some info on the forums, and there is a Care Guide that mentions germination of seeds; with all due respect to the author, I'm kind of hoping that he is wrong, and that successful germination doesn't require stratifying the seeds in wet sphagnum in my fridge for several weeks, hoping that they somehow avoid mold and germinate. I know some insist upon stratifying Dionaea seeds, while others don't. So I was hoping that Cobra seeds can be germinated more easily than the fridge technique? And if the fridge is necessary, can I do peat moss instead of sphagnum? Me and sphagnum don't play well together. Or could I just attempt to stratify them in the temperatures that I will keep my flytraps at for dormancy (35-55 degrees)? Any help would be appreciated.
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