How do you transplant an avocado tree?


To transplant avocado trees, first remove the entire tree and root ball from the original pot. Then, create a larger pot and allow space for the root ball and the tree. You will need to keep the avocado moist. 
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1. Water the tree in its container or burlap ball before planting to be sure the roots are moist. 2. Dig a hole about 3 feet in diameter and 3 feet deep in a sunny location. Avocado
March is the first good month for planting/transplanting avocados.
Avocado trees require a lot of sun and moist soil. Plant the seed with the pointed side up about 2 inches below the top of the soil and watch how quickly it grows!
1. Take the Avocado out of the water by holding the tooth picks. Get a separate container and fill it up halfway with compost. 2. Place the avocado seedling into the container and
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How to Transplant an Avocado Tree
Avocados are valued for their wonderful flavor and texture. The trees are heavy bloomers, but only about 1 percent of these blooms will produce fruit. Some people prefer the non-fruit producing variety as these evergreen trees make less of a mess and are... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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