Here are 10 Unbelievable Ways to Grow Tropical Fruits in your home at zero cost. They are different and a lot easy!
Check out these 10 Unbelievable Ways to Grow Tropical Fruits! You can start them in a pot anywhere in the house for free!
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Unbelievable Ways to Grow Tropical Fruits
During this period, the seeds will sprout. Carefully remove them without damaging the roots, plant them in separate pots, and water well.
After 12 months, you’ll have well-grown banana plants!
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Make slices of kiwi and onions, and put kiwi on top of the onion slice, as shown in the picture. Tie them together using a cloth thread, plant them in a pot filled with well-draining soil, and cover them with a layer of soil.
Water well and place the pot where it gets plenty of bright and indirect light. You will see new growth in 3-4 weeks.
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Take a small cup and fill 3/4th of it with garden soil or sterilized potting mix. Add 3-4 lemon seeds and bury them 1/2 to 1 inch deep. Cover the seeds with a thin layer of soil and moisten the growing medium.
Choose a spot where the cup gets bright light, and you will soon have a few lemon plants in a cup! For more details, click here.
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Water well, and keep it in bright and indirect light. The seeds will sprout in 3-5 weeks.
The next time you bring a pineapple home from a grocery store, cut its top and fix it in styrofoam. Now, take a glass, fill it half with water, and put the top along with the styrofoam inside so it fixes itself halfway.
This will keep only the bottom part of the pineapple in contact with water, which will help it to form roots.
Change the water every 3-5 days and keep the glass in indirect light. The roots will form in 3-4 weeks, after which you can transplant it in a container.
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Cut a mango, take out the pit, then cut and remove the seed. Put it in a sponge/luffa and tie it with a thread. Mist, and leave it for 12-14 days.
The seed will sprout, and then you can plant it in a pot with a rich potting medium.
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Cut the fruit, pick the seeds gently, and put them inside an open tea bag. Hang it in a glass of water with the help of clips so that the bottom of the tea bag comes in contact with water, and leave it for ten days.
The seeds will sprout in 3-5 weeks, after which you can transplant them in a pot filled with seed starting mix.
8. Dragon Fruit
Take a dragon fruit, cut it, and scoop out the seeds. Put them inside a tissue roll. Mist the tissue and put it inside an empty glass. The seeds will germinate in 3-4 weeks, after which you can transplant them into containers.
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9. Passion Fruit
Remove the seeds from the passion fruit. Now, cut a soda bottle in half and fill the bottom section with cotton balls, and place seeds on them. Mist lightly and cover them with the upper cut section of the soda bottle, as shown in the picture. Keep the arrangement in a place that gets indirect light.
The seeds will germinate in 3-4 weeks, after which you can transplant them in a container.
After getting fresh tomatoes from a grocery store, cut them into medium slices. Fill a pot with a potting mix or garden soil and decorate tomato slices on top of it as you would on a pizza base.
Cover them with a thin layer of soil, mist well, and keep the pot where it gets plenty of bright but indirect sunlight. Learn more about it here.
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