Miracle Fruit - Synsepalum dulcificum I decided to make an experiment with a lot of fresh seeds and try to germinate them inside a small plastic container with a moist paper towel as the only substrate. I usually germinate my Clivia seeds this way, and I wanted to try if it worked with Miracle Fruit seeds. After 36 days of planting date, this is how they look like. Notice the long radical roots. The stems and primary leaves are already showing on some of the seedlings. I am not specifically recommending this germination method, but if you are as curious as I am, you might want to try it at your own risk.

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