Grow an Avocado Tree from the pit (for a houseplant, it probably won't produce fruit). After drying, the pit is suspended in a glass of water and once there is root growth of about 2″, it can be planted in a pot of soil and tended to as a houseplant. If your climate allows, you can plant this outdoors. Growing An Avocado, Gardens Pots Diy Seeds, Trees Indoor, Growing Fruit Trees From Seeds, Diy Indoor Garden, Diy Green House, Indoor House Plants, Avocado Trees, Indoor Water Garden
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How to grow an avocado tree Wrap in moist paper towel and place in a ziploc baggy, seal. Place bag in a warm, sunny spot or somewhere warm (ideas: top of fridge, your computer monitor, television, under sink). Once it starts sprouting and the roots are about 2″ long, plant in 10" diameter pot. Water when soil is dry, feed plant food 1/2 times a month.
Avocado Pit to an Indoor Tree: Take a pit from a ripe avocado. Wash it well to remove any traces of fruit & allow to dry for a few days. Suspend pit in a glass of water. Once the growth roots are about 2", plant it in a pot of soil. See page for more details.
When a pinner suggested "Grow an Avocado Tree. Florida pinner did about 5 years ago. Their tree is HUGE now and got our first avacado! They are beautiful trees." Pinner in Texas wonder if they will grown in Texas?! =D...I am wondering will they grow in GA. Its called: COMMUNITY...
avacado plants...we used to do this with my gma when we were growing up, I have been thinking about starting some avacado plants again lately...I think I will :-)
Love little friut trees. I grow them in very large pots so I can bring them indoors for our NW winter weather and take them back out come spring or summer. Love the aged pots. Will add a annual "spiller" plant with small flowers into my pots next summer.