>Basically you : Eat an avocado (fun part) Clean-off the pit Suspend it over a dish of water with toothpicks (half-submerged) Wait 3 to 6 weeks for it to sprout Simple enough, right? Now, I can't guarantee that you'll have fruit for even a year or two, bu
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15 minute video, but very instructional! How to Grow a Mango Tree! I planted mine without opening the hard outside shell. I just put the see into a pot with dirt, put dirt on top, watered it and two weeks later I had sprouts!
Grow A Plant From An Avocado Pit--- Did you know that if you save the pit from an avocado, you can grow an indoor tree from it? You’ll need a pit from a very ripe avocado, wash it well to remove any traces of fruit and then allow it to dry for a few days.
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Got more scraps? There are plenty more vegetables that will regrow using just a small scrap of the original food. These listed below can be started in water, but should be transplanted to dirt for full growth and harvest. avocado basil beets cilantro ginger lemon balm mint mushrooms onions (white/yellow/red) parsnips pineapple potatoes rosemary sweet potatoes turnips And of course, you can save the seeds/pits from apples, cherries, lemons, nectarines, peaches, peppers (sweet and hot)…