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Grow an avocado tree by starting the pit in soil NOT water... here's how. http://www.weekendgardener.net/plant-propagation/plant-avocado-seed-090909.htm?utm_content=bufferbaa74&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer  http://calgary.isgreen.ca/energy/integrated-bio-refinery/?utm_content=buffer028c4&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer

Grow an avocado tree by starting the pit in soil NOT water... here's how. http://www.weekendgardener.net/plant-propagation/plant-avocado-seed-090909.htm?utm_content=bufferbaa74&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer http://calgary.isgreen.ca/energy/integrated-bio-refinery/?utm_content=buffer028c4&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer

plant a peach tree from pit: remove pit...no flesh and dry 3-4 days, crack pit open and remove seed, place in ziptop bag 1/2 closed until ready to start, add 1 inch water-seal and place back in frig 2-3 hrs, add soil until moist-seal-back in frig(30-40degrees F) for 5-6 weeks, remove to planter when seedling appears

plant a peach tree from pit: remove pit...no flesh and dry 3-4 days, crack pit open and remove seed, place in ziptop bag 1/2 closed until ready to start, add 1 inch water-seal and place back in frig 2-3 hrs, add soil until moist-seal-back in frig(30-40degrees F) for 5-6 weeks, remove to planter when seedling appears

Upside-Down Container Gardening:  What Vegetables Can Be Grown Upside Down?  What you can grow on top of the upside down garden.  Benefits and how-to

Upside-Down Container Gardening: What Vegetables Can Be Grown Upside Down? What you can grow on top of the upside down garden. Benefits and how-to

How to start and grow peach trees from seed (also nectarines and apricots) - have FREE producing fruit trees in 3-5 years! I lost one of my peach trees, only have one left (with the BEST peaches in the world ... I am SO doing this next year!)

How to start and grow peach trees from seed (also nectarines and apricots) - have FREE producing fruit trees in 3-5 years! I lost one of my peach trees, only have one left (with the BEST peaches in the world ... I am SO doing this next year!)

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