It’s such a fun project! It would take about 10 years before the tree would bear fruits – if at all… besides the fact, that no avocado tree will grow in your area.
But you can still grow a nice little house plant.
You have probably done it before so I won’t write down the details. There are lots of “how to” instructions online – also on Pinterest.
Just a few tips from me:
– use only nice plump pits from really ripe avocados
– some of ours were already a bit cracked open and I think that helped speeding up the process though it still does take a while until first the roots and then the seedling shows
– I didn’t change the water daily – just from time to time but I made sure there were always enough water for the pit to sit in
I could cut mine back to 3 inches now to make the stem stronger but it seems quite harsh so I am reluctant.
And they are ready to move to a pot of soil now. The pit should be half covered in soil.
Have you ever grown an avocado plant from a pit?
You can try find out more about
How to Grow Avocado Plants From Pits