How is a fruit produced from a plant?

Answer Fruits are a wonderful thing. But what we don't normally think about is what they really are.First off, imagine a garden hose with a balloon attached to the end. When you turn on the water, the bal... Read More »

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How a hybrid fruit (berry, plant) is produced?

Hybrids are a cross of two similar plants. Using a tomato as an example. One parent plant may be selected for it's fruit and the other for disease resistance. The plants are cross pollinated by... Read More »

If you plant the seeds from inside a tomato you buy from the supermarket, will it grow and bear fruit?

They should grow, however they may not produce a tomato that looks like the one you bought. If the tomato you bought is a hybrid or genetically manipulated the plant resulting from the seed plante... Read More »

How do I plant a fruit from seed?

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 »

Can you plant seeds from any store bought fruit?

It depends on where you live. Like down here in the south you can plants pretty much anything and it will sprout. Like one girl said about the watermelons. I did this (also Pumkin seeds) and they g... Read More »