Step 1: Means of Success
You might have some of these on hand, others you may have to order such as the seeds
Bag of Perlite
Bag of Sphagnum Peat Moss
Gibberrelic Acid United Nuclear Not necessary but very helpful
Miracle Fruit Seeds (Check around if you live in South Florida because some nurseries carry the whole plant, otherwise here's where you can buy seeds Miracle fruit seeds
small pot (preferably a biodegradable one, to protect roots during transplanting) an egg container will also work. You may also use a Jiffy seed starter from a nursery. Follow the directions on the package
With all planting PATIENCE is needed
Step 2: Shaken Not Stirred
Step 3: Planting the Seed
With the peat mixture in the container it can now be moistened and the seeds pushed GENTLY into it so that its just barely visible, this would be the time to spray with gibberelic acid, one spritz for each seed should do.
You are going to want to keep the soil moist and warm, this is easily achieved by placing plastic wrap over the pot to hold in humidity and warmth. Place in indirect sunlight.
Step 4: Rooting Out
After you have the pot filled with the mixture, dig a hole for the transplanted sprouts.
Now carefully remove the sprout "package" and place it in the hole, being careful not to damage the roots.
Fill in the hole making sure the plant is level and soak with water to remove any air pockets.
Step 5: The Waiting Game
Blood Meal- Sell it at most garden stores, it is blood so when it is applied it will smell while it is decomposing, the more flies around it the better. Provides nitrogen and will make the plant grow faster and healthier.
Bone Meal-Same as above only this provides phosphorus which aids in root development and blooming.
Watering- Water when the soil is getting dry, keep moist.
Sun- The plants are from the rain forests of West Africa, so hot and humid is the way to go. A clear plastic bag over the entire plant sometimes work as long as it does not get too hot inside of it. They do not tolerate cold well, 65 F and below