Hi, this is my first post on this site, so hopefully I'm doing it right!
One of my Sansevieria plants bloomed last year, and though I tried to have it pollinate itself, it failed. So this year, when both it and another Sansevieria bloomed at the same time (Well, close enough to work. The last blooms of one were on the same night as the first blooms of the other.) I decided to try crossing them. It's been a week and I have 6 little berries (or at least they look like berries) on one plant.
I was wondering if anyone has had luck germinating the seeds. I read a few posts like this yesterday, so I have an idea of what to do, but no one said if they had any germinate.
From what I read, I know the "berries" will change color, and when they're orange/red I should extract the seeds. Some say to scratch them with a nail file, others say to soak them overnight in hot water... I don't normally have luck with seeds, but I want to try with these. The two plants are different enough that I'm dying to know what the next generation will be like!
So, can anyone help me?