I have a large-ish pot of about 30 D. admirabilis seedlings that have germinated. The pot is loosely covered with a bag to preserve humidity and is in my south-facing window. Now that the seedlings have germinated, can I de-bag the pot? Would they be happier outside in the full sun? How gradually do I need to acclimate them to lower humidity and higher light?
Outside I have some flytrap seedlings and some D. filliformis seedlings sown amongst other VFTs and sarrs. These appear to be fine, at least for now, in ambient low humidity and full sun, though they were germinated outside and have never known other conditions. Will they be okay in the hot Colorado sun or should I have started them inside too?
Finally, I have D. intermedia and D. filliformis seeds stratifying in the fridge. How long do people usually stratify? When stratification is over, can they be put directly outside for germination (as with my VFTs and other filliformis seedlings) or is it recommended to start them covered indoors?
I have D. venusta, D. nidiformis, D. spathulata, and D. capensis seeds to try as well. Should I sow indoors in a covered seed tray or outdoors for more sunlight? If I sow outdoors, I am worried covering them would overheat them. Will I still get decent germination outside if they are uncovered?
I know that's a lot of questions for one post. Basically this all boils down to which is more important for seed germination and plantlet health: light or humidity? For seedlings that began with lower light and high humidity, how and when does one transition to higher light and lower humidity?