How to Plant Avocados at Home for Dozens


Nurturing the Seedling:

Patience Is Key: In 2 to 8 weeks, roots will emerge. When one grows to about 6 inches, trim it back to 3 inches to encourage growth.

Look for Leaves: Soon after the root trims, leaves will begin to sprout.

Planting Your Avocado Tree:

Soil Preparation: Select a large pot and fill it with a rich potting mix.

Planting: Dig a small hole and place the seed in it, leaving the top half above soil.

Sunlight and Water: Avocado trees love sunlight, so position the pot where it gets plenty of it. Water regularly, but avoid overwatering to prevent root rot.

Patience Pays Off:

While your avocado plant will grow with proper care, producing fruit takes time—often several years. But with patience and attention, you’ll one day enjoy the fruits of your labor, quite literally!