If you’ve stored your seed in a refrigerator until autumn, great. Remove the seed and attack it with sandpaper. When I say “attack,” what I mean is, you’re going to lightly scrape the surface of the seed to the point where you see markings. After this, soak them in water for a few days.
Take your soaked seed, and place it on a shallow watering tray filled with horticultural sand. Don’t worry about burying the seed. Within a few days to a couple of weeks, the seeds will sprout and start growing roots. For this reason, you’re going to want to inspect them daily, and be quick about plucking sprouted seeds before those sensitive roots take hold in the sand. Simply place it on the soil surface in the Drosophyllum’s permanent home, keep it damp for a few weeks, and it should root up nicely. Once rooting occurs in earnest, start cutting back on the water, and more closely mimic the normal water regiment for an adult Dewy Pine – allowing the soil to dry out between waterings.
Expose the plantlets to lots of sun, and fresh air to avoid botrytis and other seedling diseases. At this stage, they should be tolerant of direct sun, and even mild frosts, so outside is probably best.