Before planting seeds, we need to soak the seeds in warm water for 24 hours. When soaking, we need to observe whether there are floating seeds on the water surface. If there are any, we need to remove them in time, so that we can make the seedlings grow more orderly.
If we meet some big and hard seeds when collecting seeds, we should cut the seed coat with a knife before sowing, so that the seeds can germinate as soon as possible.
When sowing, we can use the way of sowing or on demand. But if we use the on-demand method, we will save seeds. After the seeds are planted, we need to cover the seeds with a clean substrate. The thickness should be moderate, not too thick
After that, we'll find some fresh-keeping film to cover it on the top of the basin, and we'll put a few holes on it, so that we can keep moisture and breathe. After all these are done, they can be put in a cool and ventilated place, and they will germinate in a short time.
When the buds grow out, we will slowly move them to a brighter place, but we must not directly put them under the sun to prevent them from sunburn. When the height of the seedlings is in contact with the plastic wrap, we should remove the plastic wrap in time.
Then wait until the seedling grows two leaves, then it can be directly exposed to the sun, but it can only be exposed to the sun in the morning and evening to prevent it from growing in vain. At the same time, we will start to add fertilizer to it, basically once a week, and then when the seedlings grow out with more than 5 leaves, we can transplant it into some larger pots