I have been reading instructions about germinated Sarracenia seeds. All require a stratification period if the seeds are not fresh. It is also recommended that stratification is needed even if the seeds are fresh. This is mainly to help remove the waxy layer on the seeds and convince them to sprout. The seeds also seem to be queued with light or temperature.
Has anyone tried to scare the seed coat and just plant the seed. By scaring I mean taking a fine piece of sandpaper or emery cloth and rubbing the seed just enough to scratch into the outer seed layer.
The seed I am going to try is on is S. flava.