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How to Grow a Grapefruit Tree From Seed

by Angela LaFollette
Grapefruit trees can survive indoors or outdoors. Rather than purchasing a grapefruit tree, save money by harvesting grapefruit seeds from store-bought grapefruit. The seeds germinate easily when started indoors, and the trees produce delicious fruit in as little as one year.

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