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    Question Sarracenia fruit is ripe. What next?

    Is it necessary to stratify the seeds before sowing if I live at the equator? Will the seeds germinate without cold treatment?
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    They need stratification wherever they are in the world!

    Stick them in the fridge for 5 weeks, wet.

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    Is 50degF cold enough in the vegetable compartment? Or should I freeze the seeds?
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    Hi Cindy

    That should work - there's no need to freeze.

    A refridgerator might be better though since they stay at around 40F.

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