Fill small pots with peat based compost. Stand the pots in water until you can see that the top of the soil is wet. I personally do not water anymore until the seeds have germinated, only a light misting of water with a hand spray if the soil looks really dry.
Place seeds on top of soil, cover with a minute amount of same soil less compost or wet vermiculite. Place in a well lit position, away from direct sunlight, if you have a propagator at 60f.
Another way is to use a small seed tray, same procedure as above, but cover tray with plastic, when seedlings appear only remove plastic for a couple of hours at a time to acclimatize seedlings.
Germination is erratic, from a few days to several weeks. Hybrids or cultivars very seldom come true from seed, you will have many variations of the parent plant, some completely different.
Grow-on in the normal way, after one year you will see strong vigorous plants and some quite weak. Discard the weak plants.