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    hey guys, i recently got some sarracenia oreophilla, and rubra alabam seeds from the ICPS theyve been stratifying for about 2 weeks so in about two weeks they should be ready, is that too late to sew, id rather try to sew them when they're really fresh
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    This is the time of year I usually start my sarr seeds. I grow them inside. Then when spring comes around I place them outside for the year. I let them go into dormancy then. So you basically get 1 1/2 years growth.


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    I wouldn't "sew" any seeds! LOL!!!!
    you mean "sow"
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    i thought it was spelled sew, o well
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    Im going to stratify them in winter and they shoudl opefully be a few months old and going strong by Spring.
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