I started some various sarracenia seedlings, and had pretty good germination using refridgerator stratification. Since they got started late they are still small and winter is looming around the corner. I worry they are to weak to survive the winter still, which brings me to my question.
Can these sar seedlings skip thier first dormancy in a green house without artificial lights? I know they can be grown year-round with heat mats and fluorescents. Will the low light of winter coupled with warm temps spell certain doom?
I stay in the sandhills of NC, so you would think I could just leave them outside. I had to lose a few cps to figure out that little pots don't keep roots as warm as the ground... These guys are in the smallest of pots still. I could build a cold frame if it came down to it.
Before anyone chastises me for throwing all my eggs in one basket, I did keep some seeds back to stratify the way mother nature intended. Even if they are two years late in doing it