Weekly Photo Challenge: Experimental

avocado seed in water

Growing an avocado seed into a plant

I remember a number of years ago when I was very into the practice of eating avocados and had so many of the large avocado pits laying around at home that I decided to plant them.  I don’t remember what happened the the dozens of avocado plants that I successfully sprouted but recently terribly miss eating these awesome fruits and also growing their seeds into plants.  Thus, I have started to do this again and this time, I’m excited to see what happens in this experiment of mine.  Hopefully, after the roots start sprouting from the bottoms, I will be able to grow them into bigger plants and transfer them to small pots with actual soil!  (I always kept them in the containers with water when sprouting their roots.)

Have you ever done this before? 🙂

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15 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Experimental

  1. Now that’s a great interpretation of “Experimental!”

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  6. smkelly8 says:

    I’ve never tried this. I’ve experimented with growing potatoes this way. Show us how it progresses from time to time.

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  10. I’ve not had success with this, good luck to you though!

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