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Hass Avocado Tree - 5 Container 2-3 Feet

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#1 Choice Worldwide, Hass Avocado Tree - Outstanding Fruit, #1 Avocado Planted Worldwide - Healthy Fruit Choice - Large Evergreen Tree - Ideal Screen Plant - First called an "Alligator Pear", the Avocado was used as a hedgerow windbreak for Citrus orchards in Southern California. The Hass Avocado was a chance seedling discovered by Mr. Rudolph Hass. Even though the plant was intended as rootstock for another popular variet…
#1 Choice Worldwide, Hass Avocado Tree - Outstanding Fruit, #1 Avocado Planted Worldwide - Healthy Fruit Choice - Large Evergreen Tree - Ideal Screen Plant - First called an "Alligator Pear", the Avocado was used as a hedgerow windbreak for Citrus orchards in Southern California. The Hass Avocado was a chance seedling discovered by Mr. Rudolph Hass. Even though the plant was intended as rootstock for another popular variety of the time, his children so preferred the fruit that Rudolph patented it in 1935. We understand why! - The Hass produces outstanding fruit. Prized for its extraordinary, green-skinned, oval fruits which have a pebbly texture and present a pleasing appearance against the lush, glossy foliage. Hass Avocado, with its creamy slightly nutty flavor, is the standard that all Avocados are compared to today. This fruit will certainly delight your taste buds and be a delicious addition to a variety of dishes. - Try the latest trend... Avocado Toast! Sprinkle coarse ground pepper on top, spritz with Lemon juice and drizzle it with a bit of extra virgin olive oil. Mmm, delicious and filled with very healthy monounsaturated fats and fiber. Trying the popular Keto diet? Swap out for low carb bread. Either way, you'll be eating clean. - Worldwide, Hass is the most popular commercially-grown avocado. Its durability in transport and reliable shelf life, make it a popular choice among growers and customers alike. While you can generally find Avocados at the grocery store, it's such a treat to be able to grow your own. You'll save money and gain a valuable, attractive plant for your backyard permaculture orchard. - When grown outside, Avocados are a beautiful large evergreen tree that can be pruned to any height. They do make a wonderful hedge plant which was their primary purpose in the early 1900's. - #ProPlantTips Care - Hass Avocado trees are very sensitive to poor draining soils and care must be given when planting. If soil drainage is a concern, mound or build a raised bed at least 12 to 18 inches above the soil line and plant in the raised bed. - The Avocado's root system is sensitive to being disturbed. Take care when transplanting not to damage or disrupt the root. - Avocados can be grown as a houseplant but will not produce fruit as an indoor/outdoor plant under normal circumstances. They can, however successfully produce fruit in containers in a heated greenhouse. - In Zone 9, this popular Avocado will require occasional protection from the cold, so a southwest-facing exposure with good winter air circulation is recommended. - In Zone 9, the Hass Avocado will produce without a pollinating companion. When grown in zones 10 and 11, the Hass Avocado needs a pollinating partner plant, such as the Bacon, Fuerte, Zutano and Sir Prize varieties. - The Hass is an 'A' type flower and ripens April - October and the other varieties listed have 'B' type flowers that ripen November - June. Both are outstanding flavored selections. Consider planting 2 different varieties for a year-round harvest at your fingertips. - Avocados are heavy feeding plants and are sensitive to micronutrients deficiencies. Avoid this by applying a balanced Organic Fertilizer such as Dr. Earth Life Organic and Natural All-Purpose Fertilizer quarterly. Remember to mulch your Hass Avocado 4 inches deep to the outside of the canopy and be careful not to overwater. - Harvesting and Storage - Hass Avocado is considered a black-skinned variety, though it is most often harvested green. This is a sharp contrast to the light green fruit within. - The best way to store Avocados is to leave them on the tree until needed. Hass will hang for months just waiting to be picked. Once picked, keep the fruit out to soften it. As the fruits ripen, their skin transitions to dark purple/black. Once soft they can be stored for a few extra days in the refrigerator. - Once planted the Hass Avocado will produce fruit in about 5 years. So be patient, this is a fruit worth waiting for and don't wait too long to plant one. Order today! - Pollinators: Bacon, Fuerte, Zutano, Sir Prize
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