Well, this fall I was too busy to clean the Jack seeds that I collected in late summer but "lost" in the house until right before leaving for a major trip in October. I just shoved them all into holes I poked into the soil of a large pot. Imagine my surprise last week when I saw that about 10 had already germinated, with a large leaf and all! In past years uncleaned seeds usually took a second season. Anyone have any comments? Not cleaning really saves a great deal of time.