Random species! Sow the seeds on the surface and then cover them with a thin layer (~3 mm) of the germination medium. This layer stabilizes the young seedlings when they start to put down roots. Put the container inside a bigger container with a lid, and soak with a fertilizer solution with normal concentration for ~1 day. Close the lid to prevent pests like fungus gnats from hatching eggs in the medium. After that, take out the container and seal it in a clear plastic bag (for example, a zipper storage bag). This will keep the seeds in a fully saturated humidity. Keep the container in a bright place without direct sunlight. The first seeds will germinate in ~3 days and the germination goes on during the next weeks. The sealed container should be periodically inspected to prevent fungus affection or leakage of moisture. If any fungus is observed, take the container out immediately. After 3 months, the seedlings will grow 3~5 leaves. Gradually open the bag to let the seedlings adapt to the drier air. After that, water the seedlings in the same frequency as mature plants, with some water sprayings added in between to keep the medium wetter. The spraying frequency should be gradually reduced as the seedlings grow.