A work colleague has a house in the Karoo and, after his last visit, came home with a whole bunch of Karoo Acacia seeds. He has been having trouble propagating them and I offered to give it ago, accidentally using a pot with no holes in the bottom and ‘drowning’ the seeds. It seems to have done the trick, with a seedling shooting up within days and I wondered whether my accidental drowning was actually what the seed needed, kinda like the heavy downpours they get in the Karoo.
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