Grow An Avocado Tree –

Grow An Avocado Tree –

I LOVE AVOCADOS so when I found out I could grow a plant from the pit I was super excited.  I don’t think it will grow fruit in my cold climate but at least I can grow plants 🙂

Grow An Avocado Tree!

Grow an Avocado Tree!

There’s nothing more fun than growing your own Avocado Tree!
“How do I do it?”

Open the avocado and remove the pit from the center. You can eat the fruit of the avocado, it’s yummy and is full of nutrients!*

Wash the avocado pit under cool running water, you don’t need soap to clean it. With your fingers gently wipe away and remove any of the green fruit that might be on the pit. Rinse it well and then blot it dry with a paper towel.

Carefully push three toothpicks into the thickest width of avocado, you want to push the toothpicks into the pit about a 1/2″ deep. (It’s okay if you push them in deeper or even a little less) The toothpicks will help suspend the avocado pit in water and keep the top part of the pit in fresh air and the fat base of the pit under the surface of the water. Be careful pushing in the toothpicks, they have pointy edges and could hurt if they poke your hands, it’s all right to ask a grown-up to help with this.

Suspend the pit over a glass filled with water….the toothpicks will rest on the rim of the glass and hold the pit in place so it doesn’t sink to the bottom. Always check the water level in the glass and see that the water is covering the fat base of the pit by about an inch depth. If the water is below that level you’ll need to add some more. Slowly and carefully pour in more water from a small cup to avoid splashing.

Place the glass in a bright windowsill. In about three to six weeks the top of the avocado pit will begin to split and a stem sprout will emerge from the top and roots will begin to grow at the base.

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This Post Has 4 Comments

  1. Elliot

    Thanks designed for sharing such a nice thinking, article is pleasant, thats why i have read it fully

  2. You actually make it seem so easy with your presentation
    but I find this topic to be actually

    something that I think I would never understand. It seems too complicated and
    extremely broad for

    me. I am looking forward for your next post, I’ll try to get
    the hang of it!

  3. Abhay

    : ) i was just thinking the same as mieke after raenidg your words claudia. I now have 5 pits that i can put in water an there is also a small one, I will try it and see what will happen. but it is strange my first avocado was a very big pit and also after a few days it had cracks and after two weeks already long roots : ) but then my second was also a big pit and it was for months before something happened, so a small pit i will try, and we will see what happens.

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