Recently I posted how to grow a tree from an avocado pit.
One thing to know about avocado trees,
is that they don't like to much water,
and they do like a sandy soil.
That said, here is how to transplant the avocado plant from the jar with water to soil.
This will help the water to drain.
Water to compact the soil down, and drain all excess water.
But the plant is not dead.
When you see the leaves turn brown,
don't give it more water
(unless the soil is completely dry).
Most people add more water...that will "drown" the plant.
Avocado trees are sun-loving plants,
so it is a must to place the avocado tree's pot in a place that receives 8-10 hours of direct sunlight per day.
Bring the pot into the garage or other area of covered shelter during the Winter to protect it from harsh weather.
Do not water the avocado tree during the winter,
because the tree goes dormant during the cold months.
Replant the avocado tree into a new pot in Spring or Summer if you opted to plant the pit in a small container.
A mature avocado tree will need a pot that measures 18 to 24 inches in diameter and depth.
Here it is with the new growth.