Sowing: Soak the seeds in water for 6-8 hours (not more than 12 hours). Take small containers approximately 3" deep and fill each to within 3/4" of the top with soil.
*You can use ordinary potting soil, provided that it is well-draining.
Water the soil so that it is uniformly moist, but not soggy, and then place 1 seed on tip. Cover with about 1/4" of soil and water lightly. Move them to a cool spot (about 65-75 degrees) with some light, and make sure the soil doesn't dry out. You can keep maintain moisture by placing them in a propagation dome or in a bag.
Every couple of days allow fresh air in to let the mix breath.
Most should sprout within 2 months, although allow up to 4 months for any slow ones.
Once they sprout, move them to morning sun, and gradually give them more sun over the next couple of months.
Water whenever the top inch of soil feels dry, but avoid keeping the soil soggy. Some mid-day shade might be needed in warmer areas.