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    Question D. Capensis Seed Storage Time?

    I want to try growing D. Capensis from seeds, but I don't know how long they can be stored (or where) and still be able to grow. Does anybody know the answer?
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    keep it dry and in a fridge if not going to use. most seeds are viable for a year

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    Ok, I thought it would be really cool to have a big jar full of seeds, then plant a ton of them all over in pots . I don't fully understand why people say these plants are annoying, but I probably will soon.
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    I think you might have a few more plants than you could handle if you planted a big jar of them . (just a couple hundred thousand)

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    I meant a little jar. Ooh, wouldn't it be cool to have a little thing of seeds that will grow well together and label it: Mystery Seeds. Then plant them and have a surprise mixture of plants!
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    I love capensis, I'm starting a couple thousand seeds right now. I'm experimenting on them, seeing which ones will grow in plain ol potting soil.
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    from the time of the last plant setting seed it took me 2 years before i quite finding seedlings, removing them as i found them......so stored at 75 degrees and 50% humidity ill say they last 2 years.....stored cool in the fridge, 10-20 years would not surprise me...

    i REALLY do like the looks of a well grown capensis but i WILL NOT EVER grow them in my regular collection in the basement ever again......they can live here at the office away from my other plants.......
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    is it possible to have so many capensis seed, you use the seed as a growing medium for other capensis?

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