I ordered some Plumeria (Frangipani) seeds online, and carefully researched the best ways to propagate them. I ordered 3 different varieties (although of course, I am very well aware that propagating this way doesn't guarantee a duplicate of the parent plant!) and found a comment that intrigued me, assuring an almost foolproof, guaranteed way to successfully germinate the seeds.... Well given the by-now, well-known fact that I am very much the fool, I decided, 'nothing ventured, nothing gained!' and followed the instructions given: Take a piece of kitchen tissue, and fold it into 4. Open it up so that it's half-folded, moisten the tissue well (but not saturated) and lay the seeds on the lower part of the half-folded sheet, then fold down the upper part so that the seeds are covered by a quarter-sized double thickness of the tissue/ Slide it into a plastic sealable (zip-lock type) food bag, and then sellotape the seeds to a west-facing window. Now: I must confess the day I did this, the three bags of seeds became quite hot, and I was honestly a bit worried about 'cooking' the seeds; I have a net curtain across the window, but it's at only half way up the window's height. So I get plenty of light in the room, but a degree of privacy too. so I clothes-pegged the bags to the suspended curtain rod, and left them to it. That was on the 13th of this month. I checked them today and .... every single seed has sprouted a good, solid white healthy root. Every one! I transplanted the seeds into seed/cutting compost, into which I had mixed about 40% pearlite, and watered them in, let them drain well, and then covered the pots with plastic clear domes. I actually didn't expect any vast degree of success, so sadly, I never took any photos of the process, but as soon as the seedlings emerge, I shall take pictures and post them here.... So pleased!!