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I put some roscoea purpurea seeds in a baggie of damp vermucilite back in April in my seed frig then it went missing. Just a couple weeks ago I was moving containers of seeds around and found the baggie having dropped behind another container in the door shelves. Of course they had sprouted and it's hotter than the surface of the sun (ok.maybe a slight exaggartion but close)and I can't sow them and set them out there in this heat so I'm wondering what their chances would be on a light bench until cooler weather and I can move them to the greenhouse. GH has a big fan but in this heat it's just a confection oven for tiny seedlings.
Edited to add: since they seemed to be doing fine in the frig,maybe I should sow them in pots and keep them in the frig until Nov or so?