Many delicious vegetables and fruits purposely leave behind seeds, capable of reproducing more food. Don't throw away your seeds! Give life a chance by replanting the seeds, even if it takes weeks, months, years, to grow. If your parents planted an avocado seed, years later, you would be able to enjoy the fruit of their contribution. In turn, you can plant seeds from the very same tree and nourish your children and your children's children.
SO WHAT SHALL I DO WITH MY AVOCADO SEED?
Carefully remove the seed from the avocado
Give it a good wash, removing the meat from the seed
Dry the seed with a towel
Insert 3 long toothpicks around the center of the seed, slanted at a downward angle
Fill up a reusable container with water
Allow only half of the seed to touch the water
Continue to fill the container with water to ensure the seed is touching the water
Weeks or even months later, you will start to see roots sprout from below the seed as well as shoots sprouting at the top
Once there are an abundance of roots and shoots, remove the plant from the container and plant directly into the ground
Give your plant love and care and most importantly, patience!