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Jan 27, 2015 10:41 AM CST
Name: Ron
Naples, FL

Good to hear, Poison! Thumbs up

Kinda makes me feel like a Grandpa all over again. [I feel curiously vested in your success! Is this weird? Blinking ]

Star, Caesalpinia are tropical/subtropical so don't wintersow. Just sow seed in average soil, keep moderately moist, and they sprout (eventually). Because of the hard seadcoat, however, sprouting tends to be erratic. I use sandpaper to scarify a corner of the seed, then soak in water overnight before sowing. This way, they reliably sprout in a few days.

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