Nemesia is an annual flowering plant native to Africa. It blooms in early spring and looks very much like a snapdragon. Nemesia is used in rock gardens, borders, and containers. Start your nemesia seeds indoors eight weeks before the last frost.
Pour the vermiculite into the germinating tray and water well. Allow it to drain completely.
Scatter the nemesia seeds on top of the vermiculite. Do not cover them with soil as they need light in order to germinate.
Pour water into the bottom compartment of the tray and place the upper tray on top. This allows the seedlings to soak up water from the bottom.
Move the tray to a brightly lit area where the temperature ranges between 55 and 70 degrees F.
Replace the water in the bottom tray as needed. Your seeds should germinate within three weeks.