Next time you make guacamole, think twice before you toss that avocado pit. It’s a seed after all, which you can use to grow an entirely new avocado plant. It will help reduce your food waste, and when it fruits, you’ll be able to boast that your guac didn’t cost

Next time you make guacamole, think twice before you toss that avocado pit. It’s a seed after all, which you can use to grow an entirely new avocado plant. It will help reduce your food waste, and when it fruits, you’ll be able to boast that your guac didn’t cost

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Growing Avocado | 10 Vegetables You Can Grow From Scraps | Serve Fresh Vegetables & Spices Everyday with these EASY DIY Gardening Tutorials by Pioneer Settler at  http://pioneersettler.com/vegetables-grow-from-scraps/

Growing Avocado | 10 Vegetables You Can Grow From Scraps | Serve Fresh Vegetables & Spices Everyday with these EASY DIY Gardening Tutorials by Pioneer Settler at http://pioneersettler.com/vegetables-grow-from-scraps/

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walk-barefoot:  How to grow an avocado tree from a pit! cute illustration found on First Pancake Studio

walk-barefoot: How to grow an avocado tree from a pit! cute illustration found on First Pancake Studio

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While it is convenient to buy avocados from the local supermarket, you can also start investing in the long-term goal of having free avocados coming from your own backyard by growing an avocado tree straight from the pit. To get started, remove the seed from the avocado fruit, being careful to remove all the fruit from the pit. Then poke three toothpicks into the pit and suspend the pit over a glass of water so that roots and a stem can start growing over the span of a few weeks. Once you…

While it is convenient to buy avocados from the local supermarket, you can also start investing in the long-term goal of having free avocados coming from your own backyard by growing an avocado tree straight from the pit. To get started, remove the seed from the avocado fruit, being careful to remove all the fruit from the pit. Then poke three toothpicks into the pit and suspend the pit over a glass of water so that roots and a stem can start growing over the span of a few weeks. Once you…

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Have you ever wondered how avocados grow? Next time you cut open an avocado, save the seed and grow an avocado tree. This is a great project for the summer with the kids.   Step 1: Remove the seed  Step 2: Push in 4 wooden picks Step 3: Fill a clear glass with water and immerse the bottom of the seed in water.  Step 4: The seed will sprout in 2-8 weeks.  Step 5: Once the tree stem grows 6-7 inches tall, cut it back. Step 6: Water the tree regularly

Have you ever wondered how avocados grow? Next time you cut open an avocado, save the seed and grow an avocado tree. This is a great project for the summer with the kids. Step 1: Remove the seed Step 2: Push in 4 wooden picks Step 3: Fill a clear glass with water and immerse the bottom of the seed in water. Step 4: The seed will sprout in 2-8 weeks. Step 5: Once the tree stem grows 6-7 inches tall, cut it back. Step 6: Water the tree regularly

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