When squeezing lemons, don’t make the mistake of throwing away the seeds: they are worth their weight in gold used this way (Page 1 ) | November 10, 2023
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When squeezing lemons, don’t make the mistake of throwing away the seeds: they are worth their weight in gold used this way

Then take a small container like a yogurt pot and fill it with damp cotton. Place the seed in the cotton and let it sit for at least a week  . After about 7 days, the seed will have given way to a small shoot.

Continue to keep the cotton and the environment moist to make your little sapling grow more until it has developed small roots. At this point you will have to  plant your seed in a small pot inside which you will have to insert a mixture of soil and perlite  , to ensure that the soil is well drained. Once planted, the shoot will still need care. It should be kept in a well-lit, warm place away from drafts. Make sure the soil is always moist and wait for nature to do its work to have a lemon tree that, once grown, will give you juicy fruits.

Make a perfumer

Lemon seeds aren’t just used for growing new plants. Among other things,  it is possible to create a perfumer for drawers and cabinets  . The primary procedure still requires rinsing the seeds but without removing the skin. Despite washing, citrus seeds retain their natural scent for a long time.

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You can then  place them in a small canvas bag  and choose to use them to scent drawers, cabinets or rooms in the house like the bathroom. Attached to the radiator in winter, they will give off a delicious lemon scent. All you have to do is try to choose the best way to exploit the seeds of a citrus fruit with many characteristics.

 

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