Buy yourself some fertilized potting soil in early June.Although not usually organic, this is the easiest way to do it.This pot soil would be best, given that plants may not adapt to certain conditions.It must have:
Enough nutrition.If you pick up a bag and it says," n-p-k = x % -y % -z %," these data indicate the level of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium in the soil.
PH is between 5.9 and 6.5.Of course, you can change it yourself.Even organic fertilizers you buy at the store tend to have a low pH.. ""
"Fill a small paper cup with enough soil to go all the way to the rim.To moisten the soil, bury the seeds about a centimeter (1/2") deep.Do this for each seed.Place the cup in a warm (about 70 °F (21°C) sunny place.
Water the plants and keep them warm.When your plant sprouts, keep the soil moist and allow it to grow until the roots are set.The whole cup will be taken up by the roots, and the plants and soil will remain in the shape of the cup when removed as a whole.