There are many of avocado dishes to try, whether you're in the mood for a tasty salad or avocado tacos.  

Although purchasing a few avocados from your neighborhood store may seem like a no-brainer,  

there's no reason you shouldn't think about starting an avocado plant indoors from a single brown seed.   

. With just a few easy steps and a few basic supplies (soil, toothpicks, and water),   

you may reap the rewards of this stunning houseplant.  


1. Wash any residue off of an avocado pit (be sure not to cut into or break it). After it dries, insert 3-4 toothpicks about halfway up the side of the pit.

Place the broad end of the pit down in a drinking glass or jar. Make sure that the container has enough water to submerge the bottom third of the seed,  

Be sure to keep the glass in a warm area and away from direct sunlight and change the water regularly. You should notice roots and a sprout in about 2-6 weeks.  

Once the sprout reaches about 6 inches tall, cut it back to about 3 inches to promote more root growth 

 When the stem grows out again, use a 10-inch pot with rich potting soil to plant your pit. That's it! All you have to do now is be patient and wait for your avocado tree to flourish.

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