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Photo Challenge: I Plant what I Eat

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Gardening is a popular hobby. Many of you may have a green thumb, but have you ever tried to plant something from leftover vegetable roots or fruit seeds that was kept from whatever you had eaten? If so, join our challenge! You may like to share any gardening tips with us. Here is a video that demonstrates the way we can give it a try!
Let's get started! Submit your own photo and name it "Photo Challenge: I Plant what I Eat." Or, name it "I Eat what I Plant ". In this way, show us your harvest!

This avocado tree has been planted since I ate the fruit 3 months ago. I hope to move it to my friend's farm after some time as I don't think it would be happy to live in my balcony for too long. :D

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Comment by Grace on May 27, 2017 at 4:19

@AG  With my pleasure! It's still ok to try even living in a flat as long as you have a suitable place and a flowerpot like Mary's. hahaa..   Don't forget to share whenever you have tried to plant. Thank you. :)

@Mary  Well, it depends. Maybe after 6-7 years if you wanna see the first fruit from the this tree. But before that it should be strong enough to live with me who has a brown fingers. :P

Mary, your entry is very impressive! I hope our members could take a look at what you "plant".

Thank you for being with us. :)

Comment by MARY on May 25, 2017 at 21:20

New photo challenge, hooray! ^_^

Your avocado tree is already very big for being just a 3 months old! I wonder how much you'll have to wait to eat its first avocado... I hope you can share a pic of that moment too ;)

Thanks for sharing your pic with us and for bringing a new cool photo challenge! ^_^

Comment by AG on May 25, 2017 at 18:28

it's really a nice challenge.. 

but I do not plant anything here... it's really sever climate here, and I live in a flat.. so, I am not sure I can participate in this challenge.. but it really makes me think again about taking this step.. 

Thanks for the great challenge.. 

Comment by Grace on May 24, 2017 at 6:49

@Kal   Yes, avocado is considered a rich nutrient fruit. I like its taste. It's my second time to plant. My first avocado was moved to my friend's farm, I think they need more space to grow. Thanks Kal for liking the challenge. It'd be great to have your participation in the activity. Have a nice day! :)

Comment by Kal on May 22, 2017 at 14:23

Dear Grace,

Very interesting challenge again from you. Happy to hear it.

Avocado trees have around me. But they become very big soon. Sometimes you will have to plant it in your garden.

However, it's so creamy and very nutrient fruit. Especially it is more helpful to grow children and thin persons.

Also, I'd like to participate your great challenge. Thanks, dear!

Comment by Grace on May 22, 2017 at 7:18

@Onee   Yes, I also never saw both of these ways until I came across the related information. Eating veg or fruits from our garden would be more safe at least we know how we plant. Your entries are impressive I love all of them! Thank you for sharing! :)

@Ada. Thanks for liking the challenge! It's easy to plant avocado at home. All you need to do is to eat an avocado and then prepare 3 toothpicks to put like below on water. You would find something coming out from the seed after some time. Move it to soil once it grows more roots. 

Comment by Adaline Bala on May 21, 2017 at 8:38

Wow! You managed to grow avocado? 


Thanks for sharing! I love this challenge!

Comment by Onee-chan on May 21, 2017 at 4:52

I've never seen both pineapple and avocado plants. :D

Thank you for sharing, Grace. I think I've already posted some fruits around my place. But, let me see again. :))

Great challenge! ^^

Comment by Grace on May 21, 2017 at 3:22

@Rahul   It's an avocado tree! Thanks for dropping by.

@Rosemary  would you like to try it? I've learned a lot from that video and are growing pineapple that I just ate a couple of days ago. It's quite enjoyable to see them growing some little roots so far. :)

Comment by Rosemary on May 20, 2017 at 7:56

 Nice idea but unfortunately  I can't do it 

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