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    Ahh. I get it now.... So, new question here. Since I have had these pots sitting outside for the past 3 weeks, will the rotundifolia still sprout if I were to begin the cold stratification now?
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    they should
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    Cool. Thanks!
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    See? You know more now than when you started this hobby! Sarrs need the cold stratification too. Germination times are anywhere from 10 days to as long as six months with most seed. However, with d. macranthra, d. ramellosa, and d. platypoda, it took time. 4 years to be exact So your month or two is NOTHING compared to the germination rates of some seed.
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