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 How do I plant a fruit from seed?

Answer Extract and Wash the SeedExtract the seed from the fruit and wash it thoroughly. Citrus seeds (lemon, lime, orange and grapefruit) work best from seed because they mimic the parent tree. Apple, m... Read More »
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How to Grow a Paw Paw Fruit Tree From Seed?

Pawpaw fruit has a creamy texture similar to that of a banana, though its skin is similar to that of a mango. Although it seems like a tropical fruit, it is actually native to the northeastern Unit... Read More »
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Whats the best fruit to grow from seed ?

I have grown apples, pears, cherries, blueberries, peppers, aubergines, okra and chilies. They are all easy to grow. Tomatoes are also fairly easy, they sprout when thrown in my compost bin, but I... Read More »
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How do I plant wildflowers from seed?

Prepare the Plant BedPlant wildflowers in the spring, summer or fall. For temperate climates like California and Florida, planting is possible year-round, but is not recommended during the hottest... Read More »
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How do I plant scallions from seed?

Choose an area of the garden that gets plenty of sunlight. Break up the soil approximately 6 inches deep. Clear out all weeds and rock, and add a 1-inch of layer of both peat and fertilizer to the ... Read More »
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