Danza not sure what kind it is. I just want the plant lol not necessarily looking for the fruit.
I was looking up growing avocado seeds and this is what inspred me to try a few things (see below) I thought a few house plants would be nice so why not put my seeds to use lol.
There are many websites and books with instructions for growing an avocado seed
in water. I've listed some in the references.
If you want some unusual plants, there are many so-called "supermarket plants" that can be grown from seed including grapefruit, orange, lemon, lime, date palm, papaya, starfruit, mango, guava, kiwi, pomegranate, and passionfruit.
These are tropical fruits which have no seed dormancy to overcome as in temperate fruits such as apples, pears and peaches. It is best to grow most of the smaller seeds in potting soil rather than water.
It is also easy to root a pineapple top in water and grow a fragrant ginger plant from a ginger root in potting soil, although it actually is a ginger rhizome or underground stem.
You can sprout a whole carrot root in aerated water and get a Queen Anne's lace flower. Use toothpicks to suspend the carrot root in a two liter soda bottle with the top opening enlarged, and use an aquarium air pump and tubing to
gently bubble air in the water to provide oxygen. Cover the outside of the container with aluminum foil to exclude light so algae do not grow.
Other interesting plants that can be grown from seed indoors are cotton, coffee, and peanut. The chia seed from the Chia Pet can be grown into a very tall plant if grown in potting soil.
Whatever you do, grow several seeds to protect against losses.