Where do avocado trees grow?

Answer According to the U.S. Master Gardener website, avocado trees thrive in USDA growing zones nine and ten. This area includes the southern two thirds of Florida, as well as parts of south Texas, south... Read More »

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Where do avocado trees typically grow and can they Grow in Vt?

avocado trees are subtropical, they like warm weather with no harsh winters (no snow or frost) and have a shalow root system 'cos they are used to light rain fall every fe days. they are also very ... Read More »

How fast do avocado trees grow?

Avocado trees grow fairly quickly, especially when planted as a graft rather than a seedling. Grafted avocado trees can reach fruit-bearing maturity in as little as one to two years, but seedlings ... Read More »

How to Grow Hass Avocado Trees?

The Hass avocado is named for Rudolph Hass, who planted the first one in his orchard in the 1920s, and is famous all over the world. Every Hass avocado tree is descended from one tree, which died i... Read More »

How to Grow Avocado Trees in Florida?

Three types of avocado trees exist: The West Indian, which grows from February to September; the Guatemalan, from March to January; and the Mexican, which begins to bloom in January and ends fruit ... Read More »