Medinilla cumingii seed

karyn1(7a)October 26, 2010

I know that I asked about the medinilla seeds a while back but I was wondering if someone could tell me how to tell if seeds are ripe and hopefully viable. This time I have berries that have become dark purple and have begun to shrivel. I squeezed out the seeds which are teeny tiny and range from white to light tan. Do these sound like they are ripe? If so can I allow them to dry at all or should they be sown immediately? TIA

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