Sugarleaf Stevia is widely grown in tropical areas of south America. The original habitants have been using the leaves for centuries as a sugar substitute.
Sugarleaf / Honey plant Stevia comes from South America, where the original population has used it for centuries as a natural sweetener for tea.
Stevia seeds are light germinators, which means that these seeds, just like strawberry seeds, germinate better under the influence of light. So simply sprinkle the seeds on the soil and press lightly with the palm of your hand, if necessary cover with vermiculite so that light can still pass through. Furthermore, long-term light is required during germination, at least 14 hours a day. In addition, a constant temperature of 20-24 degrees is also not unimportant.