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To grow an avocado tree, place the pit in a glass of water, transplant it into a pot, care for the plant and then bring it outside in early spring. It takes between five and 13 years for avocados to grow, More »

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Grow avocados by sprouting an avocado pit, planting it in a pot, making sure it gets plenty of sunlight and watering it. It can take up to 15 years for an avocado tree to produce fruit. You need an avocado, toothpicks, a... More »

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Follow these steps to grow a plant from an avocado stone. Remember that it takes a very long time (up to 15 years) for the plant to produce fruit and that the avocados produced may be very different from the original var... More »

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Transplant an avocado tree by choosing a new location with plenty of sun, digging a large hole for the root ball, clipping some roots, easing the plant into the ground and filling the hole with soil. You need a shovel, p... More »

To grow a mango tree, prepare an appropriate growing spot, make sure the soil drains properly, plant the root ball, water the tree, fertilize it three times per year and watch for pests. Growing a mango tree is fairly ea... More »

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Grow an elderberry plant by first taking a cutting from a healthy wild elderberry plant, cultivating roots for the cutting in either soil or water using a root growth hormone if desired, and planting the elderberry plant... More »

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To grow olive trees, plant the saplings in spring after the danger of frost has passed. Choose a location with well-drained soil and at least six hours of full sun each day. Water young trees to a depth of 2 feet using a... More »

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