Apple plant: from seed to plant, how to grow it at home | February 14, 2024

If you’re fortunate enough to have a garden space or land for planting, consider cultivating your very own apple tree. It’s a straightforward process that starts with a ripe apple’s seeds. Here’s how to nurture an apple plant from seed to a flourishing tree within the comfort of your home.
Step-by-Step Guide to Growing an Apple Tree
Obtaining Seeds
Select a Ripe Apple: A fully ripe apple is essential for quick seed germination.
Extract Seeds Carefully: To avoid damaging the seeds, cut the apple nearly in half without hitting the center. Twisting the halves apart will expose the seeds for easy removal.
Germinating Seeds
Prepare Seeds: Place the apple seeds on a small cloth napkin inside a glass or plastic container. Then, fold the napkin over the seeds.
Moisten: Thoroughly mist the napkin with water using a spray bottle, then seal the container.
Placement: Situate the container in a well-lit area but away from direct sunlight.
Monitor Germination: Check the seeds after 10 days; some should have begun to sprout.
Planting Sprouted Seeds

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