They will bloom the second year if I remember correctly -- awfully soon for a plant that grows a big tuber. Shawn Pollard Yuma, AZ --- On Thu, 8/30/12, Leo A. Martin <email@example.com> wrote: Amoreuxia palmatifida (2 of 4 seeds) and A. gonzalezii (1 of 5 seeds) from BX 320 are sprouting the second day after planting. I filed and soaked overnight, then planted communally in two 5 gallon / 22 liter black plastic nursery containers and put them outside in the heat (106 F / 41.5C today) in mostly shade. The radicles were already emerging after the soak. Thank you, Shawn.