Post by Dennis A(cook1973) on Oct 21, 2014 13:11:49 GMT -5
I have my NL Pitcher Plant Seeds in a small bag in the fridge to strat them Can I take a few seeds and sow them now b4 we get snow since the can handle the conditions here?? will days and nights getting colder here if I put them outside will the temps stratify them? and see growth in the spring of is it better to leave them in the fridge and start them indoors then get them outside once they get big? Are these Pitcher Plant Seeds fast growers? Would it be better to leave the seeds in the fridge since they were there a month? I found out I live in zone 4 or 4a is this still to cold to overwinter them outside?
I think you must have 30 or 40 seeds, so I'd try half in the fridge, half outside and see who wins! I don't think the seeds outside will be wasted. Put them in a pot with good drainage so they don't get encased in ice.
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