Chris Kott wrote:We start all our avocado pits. Most germinate.
We just do the toothpick suspension half-in a cup of water. We have over a dozen in soil as container plants, with the oldest, at 4 years old, taller than me.
Tj Jefferson wrote:Jerome,
I have planted quite a few. They are not picky at all. If they get rootbound prune the top and do your best to detangle the roots.
Once they get to about 6" high you can also make them dormant for the remainder of the winter by gradually exposing them to lower temps and eventually freezing. Then just neglect them until they are ready to plant.