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How To Grow Your Own Avocado Tree In Small Garden Pot

Avocados are a popular, delicious fruits that are good for guacamole and salad it is a warm season plant, so it can be easy destroyed by cold and frost. If you like this fruit or eat it very often here are some tips and tricks, so you could plant avocado tree in your own garden pot at your home, and save yourself some time and money.


The first thing you should do is to remove the seed from the fruit, wash it and soak it for a few minutes. Then, you should pierce your seed. Place the bottom end in water and stick toothpicks at the end of it. You should make sure that the bottom end of your avocado seed is placed in the water, but his roots can grow. Firmly wedge the toothpicks at an angle that points downwards to make sure that the bottom of the seed is properly submerged in the water when it is placed over a glass. In about three to six weeks you will notice the top end of the avocado seed will split and a stem sprout will come out of it. As soon as the stem is about five or six inches, you should cut off the first set of leaves, so in the next weeks a fresh set of leaves will sprout out. When the sprout tail is six or seven inches you need to trim it to half its length to promote the fresh growth.

After all of this is done, you are ready to plant. Get a big pot and put an enriched potting soil in it. Make sure that the soil is filled to approximately an inch from the top of the pot. Make a small hole at the center of the soil and place the seed at its bottom end into the hole. Soil your moisten with a lot of water every day.


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