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Avocado Trees and Lawn Care, Weed Control, and Mulch. Avocado trees in the home landscape are susceptible to trunk injury caused by lawn mowers and weed eaters. Never hit the tree trunk with lawn mowing equipment and never use a weed eater near the tree trunk.

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Mexicola Avocado is an excellent quality, frost hardy variety producing Mexican type fruit to 6 to 12 ounces with thin black skin.The compact tree is perfect for backyard use, doing well in full sun or light shade.

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Avocado (Persea lauraceae) is a tropical American native. The first avocados made their way into Florida in 1822 and are now cultivated throughout the southern areas of the state. Depending on the cultivar, avocado trees are small to medium large, ranging anywhere from 30 to 65 feet in height. The ...

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My avocado trees collection in homestead Florida. I get a lot of mail from people asking questions about what variety to plant. There is an avocado special ops person that likes to grow outside of temperature boundaries, that is a hobby to some.

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Florida Hass is a Mexican type avocado, and was selected from California Hass avocado seed planted on the west coast of Florida. Medium sized green fruit with high oil content. Adapted to the high humidity of Florida and South TX, cold hardy to 25F.

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Avocado Tree Florida Hass Variety Grafted in a 3 Gallon Container. This is a large tasty pear shaped fruit 24-30oz., and the tree exhibits excellent tolerance to the cold.

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When picking an avocado tree to plant, be sure to choose a selection resistant to scab disease, which can be an issue for avocado trees grown in Florida and elsewhere in the U.S. Avocado Growing Season

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Florida's avocado trees grow to be between 30 and 65 feet tall. These trees are classified as evergreens, although some varieties lose their leaves for a short period of time before and during flowering.

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is an excellent Avocado tree that is cold hardy to 23 degrees. A heavy producer of 16 ounce fruit. This green skinned beauty is delicious and creamy. Season: July - September Flower Type: A DONI Florida’s first quality avocado to hit the commercial market. It is large, tasty, and it is harvested before hurricanes become a threat.

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Avocado Growing in the Florida Home Landscape1 Jonthan H. Crane, Carlos F. Balerdi, and Ian Maguire2 ... the avocado tree is classified as an evergreen, although some varieties lose their leaves for a short time before and during flowering. The tree canopy ranges from low, dense