7 Fruit Trees to Grow From Seeds

Today we want to show you 7 fruits that are particularly easy to grow to start from seeds directly in pots or in your garden and with which you can satisfy 2 of your end of year purposes: eat healthily and start saving.

Have you ever thought about having your fruit tree?

Virtually any fruit you have at home has the ability to reproduce from its seeds, so why not get started?

1. Cherry

The cherry tree is a tree that tolerates the cold very well, which is why it is also ideal in the winter months.

To have it at home you must follow the following steps:

  1. Wash the seeds and be sure to remove all the pulp.
  2. To speed up germination, gently rub the kernels on a rough surface.
  3. Put all the kernels in a plastic container with a damp paper in the refrigerator.
  4. When you see they begin to germinate, plant them in the garden.

Keep in mind that this tree can take up to 5 years to bear fruit, so you’ll need to be patient.

2. Lemons

You can grow your lemon tree directly from the seeds of a lemon. You can choose to have it in a pot or plant it in the garden.

The lemon tree is very sensitive to cold, so it is best to plant it when the good weather begins.

3. Mandarins

As with lemons, you can also plant tangerines from their seeds in pots or in the garden.

4. Apples

Once you have removed the seeds from the apple, you must let them germinate.

To do this you will have to wrap them in a damp paper towel, put them in a closed bag and leave them to rest in the refrigerator.

Once germinated, you can proceed to plant them.

5. Medlars

Once the seeds have germinated, you can transplant them.

This fruit grows in all types of soil and requires little care.

To plant them:

  1. Clean the loquat bones
  2. Place kitchen paper in a container, place the seeds and add more wet kitchen paper on top.
  3. Close the container and wait a few weeks. Once the seeds have germinated, the time has come to transplant them.

6. Pears

The first step to having a pear tree at home is to germinate the seeds by placing them in a glass with cotton and water.

When you see that they are growing, transfer them to a vase.

After a while, when your pear tree is getting bigger, it’s time to transplant it to the garden.

7. Avocado

To grow an avocado, the first thing to do is to remove the bone from the fruit and wash it.

Next, put 3 chopsticks in the middle of the bone and place it, as you see in the photo, in a glass of water. After a few weeks, the root will begin to emerge. When it reaches 10 cm you have to remove the bone from the glass, remove the sticks and plant it in a pot.