I’m also starting some other types of seeds, ones in which the odds of success are very much stacked in my favor: Pears, Plums and Peaches. Here’s how I do it: Purchase locally grown produce, and get some kids to eat the fruit. Save the seeds, and let them dry for a day or so, then place in a zip lock bag, and store them in the freezer for about three months. Thaw them out, and place the seeds in a small tray of water till they begin to sproat. Place the sproating seeds in containers with Miracle Grow, covered with only 1/4 inch of soil at most. Keep the dirt moist. When the last chance of frost has pasted they can be moved outside.
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