Wildflower seedlings

Last fall I collected some jack-in-the-pulpit seeds out in the woods behind where I work. The directions that I found (on the internet, naturally) for propagating them said to clean the pulp from them and store in a ziplock bag with damp vermiculite in a refrigerator for a few months before planting. The cold storage (it’s called stratification, I don’t know why) time was done perhaps six weeks ago and the seedlings are finally up enough to photograph.

Not impressive yet, but they have germinated.

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