The planting of vegetation can be performed all year round, excluding the winter months when the temperature is below zero. The plants must be grown in containers. When planting bare root should be taken extra measures as the vegetation is not strengthened and should not be left out on the ground for too long.
Follows sliding a hole at least four fingers wider and deeper than the container in which the plant is grown is essential. At the bottom of the container is placed a mixture of burned manure, sand and loose soil. After the planting process is done, the soil should be well jammed and watered thoroughly. During the next few weeks, the watering should be regular to ensure the proper rooting and development of the plants.
Sowing the seeds is a delicate business. The process must be carried in large pots or containers. The soil should be fine, loose and drained of water, from which the seeds may start to rot. The seeds are sown in a depth twice their size. The small seeds can be mixed with sand in order to sow easily. It is vital that the container planted with seeds to be placed in a warm and bright area, protected from direct sunlight. The watering process should be handled carefully. This will prevent any seeds from digging out of the soil.