Grow Your Own Avocado Tree w/ This Bowl on Amazon

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HENMI Avocado Planting Seed Bowl in tupperware bowl

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Do you get caught up in cool, trendy ways to repurpose your Avocado seeds or roots, but it never works out like planned?!

Amazon to the rescue! They have this Avocado Planting Seed Bowl for as low as $10.59 (regularly $16.99)! The bowl comes in four different colors, with the green option being the cheapest right now.

Avocado Planting Seed Bowl with soil

To grow your avocado tree, you take the seed from an avocado, place it in the bowl, put the bowl in water and it will float. Every week you will change out the water, then about 3-6 weeks later, the seed will create roots and a little plant growing out of the top! You can then transfer that into the soil to continue growing your avocado tree! That easy!

Check out this review and tip!

I almost gave up on this product because I had no idea how to use it, and it didn’t come with instructions of any kind. Luckily my husband told me to throw it into some water… I felt pretty dumb after that. So if like me you’re confused when you get it. It floats on the water. So place the kit in a container with water that will be larger enough to let your seed float and then place your avocado seed inside. I’m going to put mine in the fish tank outside and see if the extra nutrients help it grow! Very satisfied now that I’ve figured it out!


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Comments 9

  1. Mattmom

    When I was a kid I remember my dad sticking 3-4 tooth picks around the middle of the seed and having it Hoover over a cup with water. Depending on the seed size you could always use a shot glass. Too many 1x products.

    • Kathleen

      I agree, too many one use products. And Amazon to boot 🙁 I prefer supporting my local stores rather than Amazon/Jeff Bezos, with how he treats his employees…

  2. JackiWolfe

    Just in case anyone is wondering, you will get a lovely tree to grow, but not necessarily a tree that produces edible avocados. Your best chance is to sprout from fruit that was grown locally, but even then it’s not guaranteed ☺️

  3. Crystal

    I did this on this once using toothpicks to start it. I gave up once I realized it can take 5-13 years to see fruit lol.

  4. MamaV

    Actually, I’ve found that the easiest way to grow an avocado plant is to just put the pit in soil like any flower bulb and water it about once a week. I was never able to get a plant to grow using the toothpick method – it would always rot no matter how often I changes the water, but by planting them I have grown 30+ plants in about 3 years. It really works! I dont see the point of using this product JUST for avocado plants. It also takes at LEAST 5 years to see any fruit at all.

    • je

      Me too. I just stick the seeds in soil. If it grows, great. If not, fertilizer! 🙂

    • Maria

      Same! They like being outside best, which is why many windowsill experiments take forever to sprout. I have had many pop up in my compost pile and now they are huge house plants! They can’t stand the frost though, so bring them in before frost in your area, and then back on the patio for summer months. I bet I’ll be seeing a lot of these silly contraptions in thrift stores when they reopen. Hip2save, that just got me thinking. If any of you compost, I bet a lot of people would love to see just how easy it really is and FREE rich nutrient dense soil is your reward.

  5. Teah

    I never had luck getting them to germinate until I read to soak them in hot water (106-130 degrees) for thirty minutes and then plant them in moist soil. Then be patient, 4 weeks later it should start to sprout. Doing it this way I now have two plants that are a year old.

  6. hollyp1234

    This is so freakin’ cool!

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