Answer: It is indeed possible -- but you're better off using intact nuts rather than shelled ones. Plant the "seed" horizonally in a coarse, fertile, well-drained medium, with just the top third of the seed above the soil. Keep soil evenly moist and air temperatures between 80-90F. After germination, maintain high humidity and temps can then range from 70-90F. Keep the plant in full sun. By the time the coconut palms reach 4 years old, they should be planted in their permanent home - hope you have a TALL CEILING!
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