Its been a few months since i updated this thread, so for anyone that may be following this post here is where im at with the false Unicorn:
Over the summer i marked all of my flowering plants that i could find on my property and moved some more of the female plants into raised beds. This week I found 1 plant that was ready the seed head had turned brown and the stalk was drying up. It had about 52 seed pods on it, I extracted the seed from the pods with a razor blade and tweezers, the seed were very small and reminded me of mosquito wings for some reason. I noticed this year that in areas with deep leaf litter, i only found mature plants, in areas without much leaf litter i was able to find some seedlings, grouped together some more than others, I built 3 seed beds in locations that had very little leaf litter in a cedar grove close to where i found the small plants. I think that this plant often out lives the enviroment that it starts in and can slowly loose its habitat to an aging forest, as the leaf litter accumulates, i think that it may reach a point where mature plants can survive but new generations can not.
I also think that the seedling plants are very fragile the first couple of years due to their size alone.
I ended up with about 700-900 seed from my first plant, I tried to count them but due to their size and my limited attention span i gave up.