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    • Ellen G

      1. When you use an avocado, keep the pit! | 2. Stick 3-4 toothpicks around it so that when you place it on a glass with the pointy side looking up, the pit will stay in place. | 3. Fill the glass with water. | 4. Let it sit for about 3 weeks in the water and fill water as needed. At some point it will start to row roots. | 5. When it sprouts, you can plant it in a garden pot and water it regularly! - I can't wait to have my own avocado tree!

    • Raoul Eurenius

      How to Sprout and grow an avocado plant - I grew up with one or two of these in the kitchen window - my mother thought it was cool....

    • Oceane Costantini

      Avocado sprout

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