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    D. Filiformis Question

    do i need to stratificate filiformis seeds? how would i go about doing this? just a baggy with seeds and damp peat in the fridge?

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    Most D. filiformis seeds need to be stratified. The "Florida Red"s may or may not.

    Use any barely damp medium with the seeds, seal in a plastic bag and put them in the refrigerator for 4 weeks.

    You can use paper towels, a pinch of peat, live or dead sphagnum moss with most of the water squeezed out, CP mix (sand/perlite and peat moss). You can put a pinch of medium into a bag or in a pot/cup and seal in bags. Sprinkle seeds on to the medium.
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