How To Regrow Fruit From Your Kitchen



Here is what you'll need!

How To Regrow Fruit From Your Kitchen

NEED:
Strawberry
Raspberry
Tomato
Lemon
Orange
Avocado
Pineapple
Mason jars or cups
Toothpicks
All-purpose or seed-starting soil

Strawberries
Remove seeds from strawberry with a toothpick.
Rinse the seeds off so no fruit is left on them then let them dry off completely.
Fill a container almost all the way with all-purpose or seed-starting soil and flick the seeds into it.
Cover seeds with ¼ inch of soil.
Spray water on seeds, repeat every other day
Leave seeds in sunlight
Watch for seeds to sprout.
Transfer to soil once sprouts grow their third leaves

Raspberries
Remove seeds from strawberry with a toothpick or by mashing a raspberry through a strainer.
Rinse the seeds off so no fruit is left on them then let them dry off completely.
Fill a container almost all the way with all-purpose or seed-starting soil and flick the seeds into it.
Cover seeds with ¼ inch of soil.
Spray water on seeds, repeat every other day
Leave seeds in sunlight
Transfer to soil once sprouts grow their third leaves

Tomatoes
Slice tomato into thirds horizontally.
Take any of the thirds and place them in a cup or jar filled ¾ of the way with all-purpose soil.
Cover the last fourth with soil to cover the tomato.
Moisten soil considerably and leave in direct sunlight
Spray water on seeds, repeat every other day
Watch for seeds to sprout!


Citrus
Slice citrus in half and remove seeds.
Rinse seeds off but do not allow to dry
Fill a container ¾ of the way with all-purpose or seed-starting soil. 
Rinse the seeds off so no fruit is left on them then let them dry off completely.
Fill a container ¾ of the way with all-purpose or seed-starting soil. 
Leave seeds in a warm place (on a refrigerator or near a water heater)
Spray water on seeds, repeat every other day
Watch for seeds to sprout!


Avocado
Slice an avocado in half and remove the seed.
Rinse the seed off and allow to dry.
Poke toothpicks in 3 sides of the seed.
Place seed in a glass of water, relying on the toothpicks to hold it up so that only the bottom quarter of the seed is in the water (pointed end should be facing up out of the water). Change water once a week
Roots should form in about 2-3 weeks.
Transfer to Soil once roots reach about 2-3 inches


Pineapple
Slice the crown of a pineapple off so that there is as little fruit attached as possible.
Pluck the leaves off so that about 5 inches of the crown is bare.
Leave crown in a sunny spot to dry for 2-7 days
Place seed in a glass of water, relying on the toothpicks to hold it up so that only the bottom quarter of the seed is in the water (pointed end should be facing up out of the water). Change water once a week
Roots should form in about 2-3 weeks.
Transfer to Soil once roots reach about 2-3 inches



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