Brahmi likes to grow in marshy and water-logged regions, where there is poorly drained soil. It is quite easy and forgiving to grow when it receives full sun exposure, a high temperature of 93 - 104 degrees Fahrenheit, and 65 to 85% humidity.
Brahmi should be started as a summer-rainy season crop. It is usually established using cuttings and can be transplanted anywhere between March and June. This way, they receive optimum temperature and humidity from the hot, humid months of the monsoon.
Brahmi can be started indoors too. Collect the saplings from the waterlogged fields and plant around 2 to 3 stems in a pot containing potting mix (composed of sand, soil, cow dung/compost, and neem cake). Irrigate the plant in a way so that the upper surface of the soil always feels moist to touch.
After transplanting, Brahmi starts to flourish within no time and shows luxurious development during the rainy season. It is a perennial plant that blooms from December till May. The flowers attract the bees, insects, and other pollinating agents to propagate their pollens and kickstart the fertilization to begin the process of fruit formation. It produces a small, oval-shaped fruit, bearing dark brown seeds that can propagate the life cycle of the plant in the wild.