Last Updated on October 26, 2022 by Griselda M.
Propagating Sedum From Cuttings
How to Grow Sedum from Seed: Real Talk
So let’s start:
- Put a starting mix on your pot. Make sure it is firm and pert. Touch it with your hand to feel it.
- Spread the seeds over the soil. Be careful with sedum seeds as they are extremely tiny.
- Once they are in the soil, try to move them at least 1 inch apart from each other.
- Then cover them with a thin layer of soil mix again. This helps prevent the wind from carrying them away.
- Once done, you can cover the pot with transparent plastic wrap. It ensures that there is consistent humidity and a good temperature for the seeds to grow. It also prevents rapid dryness.
- Next, remove the wrap every day for air circulation for a couple of minutes. Then put it back again.
- Keep the tray in shade at a temperature of around 60-70 ° F.
- Do not leave the soil inside the tray dry. Make sure you keep it moist. We suggest that you use a sprayer to provide moisture to the soil. Do this until the time of germination.
- Put the cover on the pot. A plastic cover is ideal for consistent humidity and temperature. Plastic wraps, for example, help prevent the soil from getting bone dry. But you have to uncover it at least once every day for ventilation