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I love avocados and enjoy rooting the pit and trying to grow an avocado tree. I have had one success story but then the wind outside killed it. Since it is summer, I am going to plant them outside in a pot and see if I have any better luck growing them. The pits are easy to root, and it is fun for kids as well. Gardens Ideas, Avocado Plants, Avocado Pit, Roots, Fun Projects, Sprouts Avocado, Avocado Seeds, Avocado Trees, Kid
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