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    Hey, They are sprouting, but not only that, they are doing it in great numbers, even after an accidental freeze. They are from alaska, so does that enforce the idea that it may depend on the plants origin as to how hardy they are? I had heard that it was not good to let the seeds freeze if they were already sown, and wet. Maybe I just got lucky this time. I wonder if the resulults would have been the same had they been from a more southerly region? What do you think...

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    I was just wondering, how long did it take for your d. rotundifolia to sprout, cause i started germination a month ago. Also, could you tell how you kept them like if you had a cover or if they were in a tray of water.

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    Hi, at the begining, around thanksgiving, I had them out side, until they froze. Then I kept them in my refigerator until around Dec. 15. They had a tay full of water at the begining of stratification, but it dried up & I havent re filled it yet. They were covered in saran-wrap. They took about 2 1/2 to 3 weeks after stratificatioin to germinate.

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    ok, are you supposed to take them out of the fridge and then just leave them to sprout at room temp. or are they supose to sprout in the fridge?

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    I took mine out, and put them on a south facing windowsill.

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    and they sprouted then?

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    Yup, after about 3 weeks, they sprouted.

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    allright, thanks!!!! i was starting to worry about those seeds [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif[/img]

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