Growing an Avocado from Seed - 01
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(Growing an Avocado from Seed - 01) We scoop the seed out of the avocado half and wash it off.  Then we plant it in a flower pot with potting soil with the pointed end of the seed sticking up about 1/3 of the way above the soil, or we plant it in our indoor planter as you see here in this photo.  Keep the soil moist until the seed begins to split and sprout, which takes about two weeks.  Then keep the soil moist as you do to keep any plant healthy.

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