Here are a few suggestions from Marcelle Shepherd and Joe Shaw on growing the crinum seed from BX 119: "Be sure to let members know that small seeds (pea-sized) are just fine but they may need a bit of extra humidity during the whole germination process. They are small and can dry out easily. Some folks put them in a ziplock bag with a teaspoon of water. Some folks cover the seed pot with plastic wrap. Marcelle uses peat moss and has several methods. The method I like best (from Marcelle) is to use a plastic cake container; you'll get such a container when you buy an inexpensive cake at a supermarket. Marcelle turns it upside down, puts in about 1 1/2 inches of not-too-wet peat moss, and then lets the seeds germinate; they don't even need to be too near a window. The peat moss retards most rots and the whole affair keeps humidity in. She never over wets the peat moss; if it feels wet then it is too wet. Seeds have lasted for many months for her on her laundry porch, well over 10 months, before they decide to germinate." Thank you, Joe and Marcelle!! BTW: packages are in the mail. Enjoy !!