Having waited a full year, I now have 3 Schlumbergera seed pods that appear to be ripe, but how do I know for sure? It's been a full year since pollination, and the pods are not hard, but still rigid, and the same color as the flower. These are what a friend of mine would refer to as RSC (Retina-Searing Cerise), and the first time I have been successful at getting seedpods.
At least I have extra pods to experiment with. Any advise on planting seeds would be appreciated. Can they be allowed to dry out--can they be saved a few months in an envelope? What is the best medium for starting seeds?
If you'd like a couple of seeds, let me know!