Grow a mango plant! Remove the seed from the pit. Wrap in damp paper towels and put in an airtight container for about 2 weeks. Check it and change the paper towels if they are dry or icky. It's ready to plant when it has a nice root. This tree was already starting to grow when I unwrapped it. Plant the seed flat with the root down (I use tropical plant soil) and don't completely cover the seed. Make sure not to let the plant dry out . . . I usually water it every few days. Class dismissed!
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How to Plant a Lemon Seed. Lemons can be easily grown from seed and are a wonderful looking plant. You can propagate the seeds directly in soil, or in a plastic resealable bag with a damp paper towel. This article will show you how to.