When squeezing lemons, don’t make the mistake of throwing away the seeds: used like this, they’re worth their weight in gold

Once you have used up the lemon, set the seeds aside and rinse them carefully with room temperature water through a sieve. Then place them on a paper towel and dry them well. Then equip yourself with tweezers and start “peeling” the seeds and removing the skin that covers them.

Then take a small container like a yogurt jar and fill it with damp cotton. Place the seed in the cotton and let it rest for at least a week . After about 7 days the seed has become a small sprout.

Continue to maintain the cotton and moist environment so that your little sprout can continue to grow until it develops small roots. At this point you will have to plant your seeds in a small pot in which you will have to add a mixture of soil and perlite to ensure that the soil is well drained. Even after planting, the sprout still needs care. It should be kept in a well-lit, warm, but protected from drafts place. Make sure the soil is always moist and wait for nature to take its course to develop a lemon plant that, once grown, will produce juicy fruits.

Make a perfumer
Lemon seeds are used for more than just growing new plants. Among other things, it is possible to create a perfumer for drawers and wardrobes . In the first procedure, the seeds must always be rinsed, but without removing the shell. Despite washing, citrus seeds retain their natural scent for a long time.

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