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Unusual Plants that Can Grown at Home

Have you ever considered how to make your garden all the more intriguing? All things considered, it is not that hard. You require a couple of fascinating plants and some creative energy and your employment is finished. In any case, what sort of outlandish plants would you be able to develop in your home?

There truly are such plants which nobody expects can be developed in a residential domain. I for one have a couple of extremely remarkable ones, which dependably flabbergast my visitors. You can plant such at home, as well. Here are a few thoughts on the best way to do it :


A little harder for growing, but still not impossible. You need a well ripe avocado. Take its pit out and stick four nails or toothpicks at it. Take a small container and fix the avocado pit on its edge. Pour water in the container until you cover half the pit. Put it on a sunny window and change its water on every two days. After about three weeks a small crack will happen on the upper pointy side of the pit and a stem will come out of it. You will also see roots growing on the bottom of the pit. When the stem of your avocado becomes 7 inch tall, you can plant it in a pot. Keep it on a sunny spot in your house and water two times a week. You can take the avocado trees outside in the garden in summer, but you have to bring them back in your house in autumn.


Easy-for-growing and can survive London winter. You have to grow them in pots the first two-three years, though, until they become big enough to stand bad weather conditions. To plant them you need seeds from a lemon. Bury the seeds in a pot with soil and water regularly. Once your plants are big enough, transplant them in your garden (spring is the best season to do it). When winter comes you have to protect them. Spread mulch around the stem to protect the roots from freezing. Take a big roll of brown paper and wrap the stem of the lemon tree a few times, after which wrap with a thin rope. To protect the head of the tree, take a nylon bag, as for garbage, and cut a small whole on its bottom. Put the head of the tree in the bag and tear its opening. Protected this way, the lemon tree can survive even the coldest winter.


Very few people in London know they can grow their own pineapple plants. It is not hard at all, as long as you know how to plant them. In fact, the hardest part of the whole process is to find a pineapple which hasn’t been frozen. Once you do, you have to remove its top with a knife. You can pull it, too, but you’ll risk to damage the germs of the pineapple top. When you remove and clean the top well, soak its germs in a cup of water and put it on a sunny window. After a week or two, it will start growing roots and you’ll be able to transfer it to a pot. Mind that you have to change the water of the top every day.