Turn Apple Seeds Into A Tree! How To Grow Apples From An Apple Seed

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Have you ever wondered: Can I grow an apple tree from an apple seed? How do I make an apple seed sprout? How do I plant apple seeds? Can I grow apples from seed? TKOR has done some random experiments in the past and in this video, we're just experimenting if it is possible to grow an apple tree from an apple seed. What will happen when we prep the seeds? Will they sprout? We dive into the basics of planting apples. All you need is an apple, sharp knife, ziploc bag, and a paper towel. So easy! Hopefully this gives you an idea as to what can or can’t be done with apple seeds. Today, we’re trying to grow apples from an apple seed.

This entertaining gardening experiment is perfect for those wanting to know if you can turn an apple seed into an apple tree, how to grow apple seeds, growing apple trees from seed, how to plant apple seeds, how to start sprouting apple seeds, horticulture projects with apples, botany apple test, how to grow apples, or how to make a seed sprout.

If you want to test something creative and entertaining or do an activity such as: science experiment, STEM project, STEM science experiment, science fair project, science fair experiment, or a fun weekend the video to learn more.

You can count the number of seeds in an apple, but you can’t count the number of apples in a seed.

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