A good way to grow Oyster Leaf is by sowing directly in the garden. In this way, you will get a strong plant, because it adapts to its habitat from the beginning. I have tried to transplant the Oyster Leaf from bed to bed, but it is a bit fragile and not happy to be moved around. It can work though, you just have to nurse it.
So in spring, April or late April, after the frost is gone, its time to sow. Prefers well-drained soil.
It is also possible to sow them indoors from late March and gently transplant them out into open field or in the garden in mid-April. Growth place in half shade.
The plant sets small blue flowers – you cut off the flowers, by pruning the plant, making the plant strong and rooting well. It concentrates on putting roots and side shoots so to speak, thus becoming a closer strong leafy plant. But, if you want seeds, you have to let it bloom – this is where the fruit of seeds comes. Let it bloom and you will get the small black seeds at each flower. Take the seeds when they will detach themselves from the plant – shake a little and see if the seed falls to the ground. Now it’s ready.