Thank you. high of 38 today. Snow coming for Monday night. Think I need to wait. ( poured on hot water and set for an hour in a dish. I trust u tubers)
This is encouraging, I will give them a few more weeks.When I got my first bunch of seeds I got some peat moss and wet it. I squeezed as much water out of it as I could before mixing the seeds into it. Then I put the mix in a baggie and put it in the back of the refrigerator where I promptly forgot about them for over a year.
When my wife asked/told me to get this stuff out of the frige I prepared some pots with dirt and sprinkled a bit of the mi on top of each one. About two weeks later I had emerging plants.
I can't answer your question about growth or blooming because mine are still quite small due to the fact the rabbits seem to consider them a delicacy.
Good luck with yours.
Yes, I did try it on some seeds. Standing on a pile of prior failures, why not. About the only method I have not tried is the sand scratch method.You actually poured boiling water on seeds you intended to plant and not eat?
And you learned this on u tube? Please post the link. I have got to see this!