Hey guys, I'm off to Google to do some research, but thought I'd ask something here as well. It's a little off topic, but maybe someone knows. We have a Grapefruit tree that bears the most delicious grapefruit I've ever eaten. The neighborhood agrees, because all winter they come and pick it (with my blessings.) EVERYONE in FL had a grapefruit tree, but they like these best. My dad planted it many years ago, it was from a nursery. Anyway, I would like to grow another tree from this one directly, since the fruit is so great. But I'm not good at gardening, even in FL where everything grows like crazy. What's the best way to clone this tree? Just plant some seeds? I was wondering about taking a good sized branch to a nursery so that they could splice it on to a root bulb. But I guess that's costly. How long does it take for seeds to sprout up into a small sapling? Okay, one last especially stupid question......... If seeds are the best route, do I just cut up a grapefruit and bury it? Or do I have to be dilligent and remove the seeds first? Any input is appreciated. On Edit: Okay, well I just read if I plant the seeds I will most likely have something other than Grapefruit grow. Apparently the seeds in a grafted grapefruit tree bear what the original root ball is. Looks like a graft if at all.