Seeds from my recent wanderings
During my recent holiday I collected many seeds. Most ended getting mixed up so I placed them in damp sphagnum to see how they'd go. So far there seems to be 2 lots that have emerged reasonably fast. The large seeds I collected (palms) don't seem to be doing anything yet, but they usually are slow. Probably should have nicked them first - Nypa fruticans and Attalea amigdalina. The Ptychosperma elegans (Elegant palm) appears to have one seed starting to shoot. Hopefully more will start soon.
First of the fast sprouters is most likely Cordyline manners-suttoniae. I started planting individual sprouts into pots but ended up with too many. So the last lot went into one pot. Don't know what I'm going to do with 40 or 50 of them. Didn't realise there were so many seeds in each of the fruits.