I posted back on July 9 about Sarracenia seeds already being harvested because the seed pod on my S. jonesii browned and cracked. *Well, I stratified the seeds for 4 weeks in the fridge on a peat/sand mix and they have been under lights for 3 weeks.
I am happy to report that most seeds (~85%) sprouted after 10 days under lights and are now sending up their first pitchers. *So, apparently seed can be viable even if it only took 2 months to mature (May and June).
Has anyone else had experience here? *I believe Brooks also had an early seed harvest. *Have you tried growing those? *If so, with any success?
In any case, I thought it would be interesting to add this to the knowledge base, because I haven't heard about it before and it's commonly held that seeds mature through May, June, July, and August before being ready in September.