Green Sapote Planting
I tried a green sapote fruit for the first time this past weekend and loved it, a very unusual tasting fruit. Luckily I was given an extra one to have my family try as well. I saved the large seed and would like to plant it and try to grow a seedling to graft one onto. How should I plant the seed so that it will germinate and grow?
The closest to green sapote information I found online was a Mamey Sapote website that recomends planting a mamey sapote seed, pointy end down with the top of the seed exposed in a 50/50 peat-topsoil mix then to keep it moist for 30-100 days to germinate. Will that also work for a green sapote seed, they look and I'm told taste very similar.