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Gather seeds from the ripe fruit of the sea grape plant. Remove the edible pulp from the seeds. Rinse the seeds with lukewarm water.
Fill 4-inch pots 3/4 full with sterile potting soil. Press two to three seeds into the soil of each pot at 1/4-inch depth. Pat the soil over top of the seeds to release air pockets.
Mist the soil in the pots with a spray bottle filled with water. Keep the soil moist throughout the germination process, which should take approximately three weeks.
Place the pots in an area that receives bright, indirect light. Maintain a temperature of 75 degrees F or above during germination.
Maintain moist soil and bright, indirect light conditions after the sea grape seeds sprout, and throughout the growing process.
Mix a 50-50 ratio of sterile potting soil and perlite in a clean container. Fill a 4-inch pot 3/4 of the way full with the potting mix.
Choose a healthy stem from a mature sea grape plant. Cut a 3- to 4-inch piece from the tip of the stem.
Remove all of the leaves from the stem, except for the two leaves at the very tip. Stick the cutting down halfway into the potting soil, leaf side up. Place the pot in a window that receives bright, indirect light.
soak in warm water for 24 hours
all year round
Coir or sowing mix + sand or perlite
bright + keep constantly moist not wet
3 - 6 weeks
Water regularly during the growing season