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    2 questions:

    1)Do p.planifolia and p.ionatha seeds need to be stratified?

    2)If already stratified and sent in the mail, does the recipient need to stratify again before planting?

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    In my experience the seed of SE USA Pings requires no stratification to germinate well. This seed is short-lived and should be sown as fresh (soon) as possible.

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    Yep, just scatter them on your soil mix, usually peat/sand. I have found that keeping ionantha flooded will keep these "annuals" living for quite some time. I have had my coloney of flowering size plants for about 2-3years!

    Oh yea, PS: for your second question, don't worry about it. Just scatter em soon [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/wink.gif[/img]



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