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Beach jacquemontia (Jacquemontia reclinata House [Convolvulaceae]) is an endangered endemic plant from southeast Florida that can be propagated by seeds or cuttings. Freshly harvested seeds from cultivated and wild plants can germinate easily in a greenhouse under South Florida ambient conditions. A higher germination success after short-term seed storage suggests an after-ripening effect; however, orthodox methods are acceptable for long-term storage. Soaking treatments do not affect overalldoi:10.1353/npj.2007.0009 fatcat:uokypnlkn5gozjptr2pxeqrpzq