How Do You Get Seeds From Purslane?
You can direct sow this vigorous green outdoors, after the last frost has passed and soil temperatures reach about 60°F. Sprinkle seeds onto moist soil and press them in lightly. Don't cover them, as they need light to germinate. Seedlings take seven to 10 days to sprout after planting
All purslane needs to grow is part to full sun and clear ground. The plants aren't picky about soil type or nutrition, but purslane does tend to grow better in drier soil. If you decide to plant purslane seeds, simply scatter the seeds over the area where you plan on growing the purslane
Purslane seeds need light to germinate so they must stay on the surface of the soil. If you are using purslane cuttings, lay them on the ground where you plan on growing purslane. Water the stems and they should take root in the soil in a few days