Thanks to some kind folks this year in the seed exchange I got some Chinkapin oaks and some Alleghany Chinkipins. After getting them in the mail I soaked them in water like I do for all the acorns for a floating test. I then put them in some moist peat moss and into the fridge they went. After about two weeks I noticed that they are already sprouting a radicle. This shocked me as I didn’t expect to see one this fast, normally takes at least a month for the oaks I’ve experimented with. What should I do? Plant them in containers and get them under lights already? Plant them in pots and get them outside? Or even simply just leave them in the fridge.