Do seeds need any type of stratification?
Any treatment needed for seeds?
A year late LOL! Not really. It does help some germinate faster.
4 years late. I usually stick mine in the fridge and plant in the Spring, but I know you can just plant them
This message was edited Aug 13, 2020 3:00 PM
My Apologies.. you CAN just plant them but Daylilies do require about 6 weeks of cold to overcome their dormancy. So if you just plant them they may not sprout until the next year. My apologies for the incorrect info
This message was edited Aug 14, 2020 8:27 AM
It depends on the seeds. Some need stratification, some benefit from fermentation, some should be frozen to eliminate the possibility of carry over insect larvae and some are good to go.