Jiffy pots are small round discs of cocoa peat that have been compressed.
On one side of the disc there is a slight depression, this is the side that the seed is inserted into for propagation.
By placing the disc in a saucer of water and waiting approx 5 minutes (give or take), the disc absorbs the moisture and expands. Once it has expanded and is soft and pliable gently press the seed into the insertion sector.
By keeping these little pots moist and in a warm place they are ideal for propagating seeds for the coming season.
As you can see by the photos below the root system of the seedling just finds its way through the pot, so when you are ready to plant, just place the seedling, jiffy pot and all into where you want it to grow.
You do not need to remove the seedling from the jiffy pot.