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Old 07-19-2019, 10:07 PM   #3
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Actaea are supposedly warm-cold-warm-cold for germination, and some of them have been out there for two years. Some I tried to stratify in the fridge, so that might not have gone well. They're so abundant in the wild around here, so I know they'll do well if they can just get started...

Yes, I realize bloodroot does go dormant. But one of the three went dormant pretty early I'd say. Late June.
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