skylark said:how are yr seedling doing? any pics? i see that they can be bonsai-ed. just curious how large they get in a year?
i just harvested several ripe Surinam cherries. i read that seeds are viable for a month. i already ate one: very interesting flavor!.
any tips on how to process them? i usually soak for 24 hours, skin the outer skin/shell, plant in moist sphag or coco-peat.
since it's ultra fresh, prolly no need to soak?
and how deep to plant? some seeds require light.. how deep did you plant yours,