There is no disagreeing how tasty avocados are, not to mention the unbelievable benefits. What if, in place of going to the store to buy this remarkable super fruit, you could just go outside to your garden and pick your own.
Avocados grow very well in Mediterranean, subtropical, and humid climates (zones 8-11). As long as they get sufficient water, they may endure an astonishing amount of sun. Due to their quick development of big leaves and shade, a cluster of avocado trees can take a Mediterranean environment and turn it into a sheltered subtropical forest within 7 years. If you live in a cooler climate, you can grow your avocado tree just as an indoor plant or as an indoor/outdoor plant — it is doubtful it will fruit this way, but it is, nonetheless, still beautiful and fun to grow.
It is astonishingly easy to grow your own avocado tree and we’ll show you how in just 7 stages.
Purchase an avocado and take out the seed from inside. Softly wash off any of the flesh sticking to the seed and then tap it dry. Be cautious not to remove any of the brown skin from the seed. After you done this, set aside the seed for a few days to dry.
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