I was on a little hike up in Minnesota last weekend while visiting some family, and collected a few seeds from a small clump of grass that I had seen growing here and there around the trail. I thought it would make a nice addition to some of my landscaping at home - the clumps were not too large, and the seed heads had a nice purplish hue to them.
My question is this - do 'wild' grass seeds need a winter freeze cycle to germinate the following spring? My plan was to plant them immediately at home in a container indoors and either move it outdoors towards the end of summer, or just keep them indoors under grow lights until next spring.
I'm a veggie grower, so I'm venturing into unfamiliar territory!
Thanks in advance.