I just got this vase that is designed to grow an avacado pit into a plant. It allows you to see the whole root system while it grows. It reminds me of a mangrove tree with the roots so I had to get it.
My parrot was checking out the box. LOL. I was actually telling him that the damn thing was going to grow a poison plant. Avocados are poisonous to parrots. He actually looks concerned here.
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I bought this special glass vase that is designed to hold an avacado seed above the big water reservoir. The seed will grow into a full tree sitting in this thing. It allows you to see the seed and tree part... as well as the root system all together.
It took me over a month to get the avacado seed to germinate enough for the root to be long enough.... but here it is now in the vase. You can see the root sticking down into the water. The tree part has yet to sprout.
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Don't most of these pit grown avocado trees need to be grafted at some point before the tree actually bears fruit ? I'm no expert, and someone advised me of this several year ago. Have you consulted a local nursery or does the glass vase come with instructions about whether future grafting being necessary ?