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  • Shayla Bonnie

    DIY: How to Grow an Avocado Tree from an Avocado Pit - all it takes is water and patience! When you root the pit, you want to do it pointy side up - the stem and leaves will sprout out the top and the root will push its way out the bottom. Make sure the clean avocado pit is halfway submerged in water and change your water every couple days and a few weeks later... VOILA!

  • Merrilyn Johnson

    Avacado tree from seed

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