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Edit: Here are the instructions:

 

 

 

We already have the Countdown Topic which counts down to 2023...

..but lets make it a little more real! Something... tangible...

LET'S EACH GROW AN AVOCADO TREE! By the time 2023 arrives, we'll have a small tree growing in the house and we'll look back and say, "Hey! That didnt take too long! I have a tree, Im rich.. nice!"

I've successfully grown dozens of trees in the house. I'll put up instructions later on how to do it.

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let me give a few tips..

I've been growing mine since 2015! It's still really small though :(

The really hard part is getting the seed to sprout (keep it in a really warm place)

Once it starts growing:

DONT place it in direct sunlight

DONT be changing position (They like to stay in one place)

DONT water it alot

They are really tough plants to own until they grow! (kinda like our favorite crypto-asset :) )

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5 hours ago, XRPHdlr said:

et me give a few tips..

I've been growing mine since 2015! It's still really small though :(

The really hard part is getting the seed to sprout (keep it in a really warm place)

Once it starts growing:

DONT place it in direct sunlight

DONT be changing position (They like to stay in one place)

DONT water it alot

They are really tough plants to own until they grow! (kinda like our favorite crypto-asset :) )

thanks for the tips! the funny thing is (and not to discount your avocado knowledge), i keep mine in direct sun, and only grow then in water. i have a 15 year old avocado tree in the house grown hydroponically which has never touched soil, whose roots are still are in water!

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6 minutes ago, XRPto50dollars said:

thanks for the tips! the funny thing is (and not to discount your avocado knowledge), i keep mine in direct sun, and only grow then in water. i have a 15 year old avocado tree in the house grown hydroponically which has never touched soil, whose roots are still are in water!

Nice!!! I meant to say for little trees, cause they're used to growing in the shade of their mother tree :)

My little leaves are light green, and the Greek sun is too strong for them, they used to get burned and fall..

What I can say for sure, is that's it's definitely a survivor! I've moved it to 2 island locations and in very different climates and it's still alive and well (probably that's why it's taking so long to grow :crazy:

Once they are grown I'm sure they won't get enough of it!

15 years you say..:blink:!!!

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14 minutes ago, RegalChicken said:

I eat avocados a few times a week. definitely have to try this. 

theyre very good for you! you better your chances by doing 2 or 3 seeds at once. that way if one fails, you have 2 more chances without having to wait months

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