Japanese Camellia Seeds are a type of flower that is native to Japan. They are also known as Tsubaki in Japanese. They have a long history in the country and are often used as symbols of longevity, prosperity, and good luck.
- Soak seeds in water for 24 hours
- Find the right soil for your Japanese Camellia Seeds. The soil should be well-drained, but not too dry or too wet. You should also make sure that the soil is free from weeds and other plants that may compete with your Japanese Camellia Seeds for nutrients and water.
- Fill a pot with moist soil
- Place the seeds on top of the soil
- Plant the seeds in the soil at a depth of about 1/4 inch (6mm). Make sure to cover them up with some more dirt so they don't dry out or get eaten by animals.
- Keep the pot in a warm place until you see sprouts