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I have fruit on my native fringetree female shrub for the first time. One of my native plant gardening books saying that fringetree seeds need to be double stratified to germinate. What are the recommended time lengths for each of the cold/warm/cold cycles necessary for fringetree seeds to germinate? Thanks in advance for any help on this.