This year I thought that I'd do an informal experiment with an early-blooming (by about six months) Cephalotus -- divide some seeds, sow others immediately, and stratify the rest for sixty days in the refrigerator (as some authorities advise). I have done both methods with a fair amount of success in the past; but, truth be told, I haven't bothered to collect seed in some years, but thought it would be a minor distraction from the voices in my head -- that, and the impending Fall of the West . . .
Has anyone had recent experience with this or can offer any advice for someone who hasn't done this crap in years?
Cephalotus follicularis "My Left Nut"