Ferraria from late-planted seed

Matthew Fidelibus via pbs
Wed, 19 Apr 2017 07:45:49 PDT
Dear PBSers,Newby that I am, I planted seeds of Ferraria crispa, ferrariola, and densipunctulata, in winter rather than fall, and they took forever to germinate, but are now finally coming up. So now, in spring, I have everything from just-sprouted seeds to seedlings with up to two leaves. I live in Fresno, California, so hot weather is on the horizon. Any tips on possibly keeping these seedlings going long enough to become viable plants, or are they simply "too little, too late"?Thanks!
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