GigiPlumeria said:Thanks Kadie, by the way I am not sure what a viable seed look like the ones I saw from my seedpods were super tiny with feather like fuzz.
"viable - capable of life or normal growth and development; "viable seeds"; "a viable fetus"
I don't think you could "see" good viability. You could see bad seeds when they turn black or mushy, or some other unhealthy look. But then, I don't have experience with adenium seedpods, only what I've learned online: the hairs need to be removed from seeds before planting. If you had removed them before planting, then
Also, if you planted in good seedling media and kept moist, then again,
Also, viability has to do with age of the seeds--freshly harvested has a super high chance of germinating. But there are other factors to consider as well, and these involve pollination and such.
Only my two cents worth.
(p.s.) Just before maturing, tie or put a piece of nylon stocking over the seedpod to keep seeds from blowing away.