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CroToni
11 hours ago, DoomsDave said:

You might want to try some indoors. Small and skinny, like we sometimes wish we were . . . . . :)

I will send you a PM,but I will give a few seeds to my family in Genoa,zone 10a.

The others I will pot up and grow inside,they are beautiful.

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porkchop

No sprouts ......

I had great luck with Franken-Brahea

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DoomsDave
On 12/23/2017, 8:10:54, porkchop said:

No sprouts ......

I had great luck with Franken-Brahea

yeah, me neither, glad to hear about the Frankies!

How about a picture?

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Phoenikakias
5 hours ago, DoomsDave said:

yeah, me neither, glad to hear about the Frankies!

How about a picture?

Frankies are quite hardy to moisture and shade, all different from the armata seedlings.

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DoomsDave
13 hours ago, Phoenikakias said:

Frankies are quite hardy to moisture and shade, all different from the armata seedlings.

I've found that to be true as well.

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Ilovepalm

I came up with the idea to put my seeds Dypsis lanceolata on a cable set-top box, because from below he heats and actually from the inside the seeds a sweat :) E08Nn0e.jpg

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Mostapha

Thanks Dave much appreciated. Arrived today.

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cisco

My seeds look like this today.

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Phoenikakias

Rotten... 

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Mostapha

1519234196004-755284217.thumb.jpg.c0a552The majority of mine seem fine. After cleaning they sank like pebbles into the water to soak. Just have to wait to see what happens. May just take a bit more time and patience. " Good things come to those that wait" Not giving up on them. The embryo looks fine to me. Much appreciation to Dooms Dave for the seeds. Every seed is a new experience.

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DoomsDave
On 2/20/2018, 11:41:00, cisco said:

My seeds look like this today.

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Did they sink?

Even if they didn't, I'd plant them anyway. I cleaned them, but some got a bit cleaner than others.

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Mostapha

I always give the seeds that don't sink a little extra time in the soaking water, usually I find that if they don't sink right away, when I  do a  daily water change they do. I'll sow all of them anyway, never know.

I don't make no cleaning them any way, that's part if the enjoyment. Thanks again Dave. I've learned alot reading your posts.

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DoomsDave

The most recent batch of Lancie seeds were cleaned; the previous batches were all moldy, but they still grew.

Sometimes, a bit of the old fruit still sticks, and they tend to float.

Plant anyway, and wait.

If they don't sprout, there's more.

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cisco

@DoomsDave Some sink some float. I plant them anyway. I don't give up. Some day they will sprout.

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kinzyjr

Cleaned and sowed ~200 of these today.  Thank you, Dave!

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DoomsDave

Good an alla' ya!

Remember, these plants are a bit on the fragile side, compared with Chamadorea radicalis. But they're really pretty, a nice dark green, slender, nice for indoors.

 

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mwardlow

Put mine uncleaned in the mulch of a potted palm and about half sprouted.

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foxtail

Doink!!!

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