Days are getting shorter. Nothing I can do outside after or before work. I can putter with seedlings.
I've never done this before, with daylilies. I did grow some native plum seedlings over the winter, a few years ago.
When the daylily seeds have stratified for one month in the refrigerator, I place them at room temp in their paper towel / zipper bags. Check the seeds every couple of days. Many sprout within one to two weeks. When I see sprouts, I transfer the sprouted seed to a 6-pack containing seed starting medium. Some of those have sprouted and grown large enough that I move them up to a starting pot with potting soil. When in seed starting medium, I water with 1/4 teaspoon of tomato miracle grow per gallon of water.
Some were too close to the lights, resulting in a few light-burned leaves. Not enough to set them back significantly.
So far, 3 apricot seeds have germinated. Of Daylilies, I now have 1 dozen seeedlings from pod parent "Happy Returns", and 6 seedlings from pod parent "Chicago Apache". There are germinated seeds from "Ice Carnival" and one from "Vigaro-labeled" NOID. Each pod parent was hybridized with a contrasting variety, diploid to diploid and tetraploid to tetraploid.
There is also a cactus that was rootstock for a pink grafted cactus. The scion eventually died, and the rootstock grew new branches. I cut off a branch, to start a new plant. Tentative ID Hylocereus undatus but I could be wrong. If correct, that is "Dragon fruit" cactus.