Fantastic Avocado Tree

Growing Zones in Ground: 8 - 11 / in Pots: 4 - 11

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The Fantastic Avocado Tree is considered one of the most cold-hardy avocado trees, with some trees known to survive brief periods of temperatures as low as 10 degrees F. Other individual trees have sustained little to no damage at temperatures as low as 15 degrees. However, all avocado trees do best in climates that do not receive long periods of freezing weather.

Fantastic Avocado Trees can be grown in the ground in USDA Zones 8 to 11. Fantastic Avocados are a medium to large fruit, growing to about seven or eight ounces. The fruit is dark green, bumpy, and has very thin skin. Once cut, the large seed releases easily from mature fruit. The flesh is smooth and has an agreeable, nutty taste that is of high quality.

Avocado Tree Care

Although the Fantastic Avocado Tree is valued for its resistance to cold, humidity and wind can both have impacts on tree health at colder temperatures. Freezing temperatures in a humid, coastal area can cause more tree damage than the same temperatures in a drier climate. Also, younger avocado trees are more vulnerable to cold than mature avocado trees.

Avocado trees require very little water in the coldest winter months. Always plant in well-drained soil, and reduce watering when temperatures begin to drop. If you are planting your Fantastic Avocado Tree in a low-lying area, be sure to plant it on a raised mound. Perlite and sand added to soil can help increase drainage, and ensure a healthy avocado tree.

Fruit & Harvesting

Avocado trees such as the Fantastic Avocado do best in full sun. When selecting a spot to plant your avocado tree, choose a location that receives as much sun each day as possible. A Fantastic Avocado Tree that gets at least 6 hours or more per day of direct sunlight will bloom and produce a vigorous crop. Trees located in shady areas can grow fruit, but they will take longer to reach fruiting size, and the yields are likely to be far less than a tree grown in more sunlight.

A rich, well-drained soil that is free from weeds and standing water is an essential component of growing a successful avocado tree. Choose higher ground or plant on a raised mound. Reduce watering in winter, and mulch to prevent weeds or grass from growing up to the tree base.

Growing Zones

Plant Growing Zones


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Can I grow a Fantastic Avocado Tree in Florida?

Yes. The Fantastic Avocado Tree can be grown in the ground in USDA Zones 8 to 11 and will do well in a sunny location. Remember that coastal areas that are high in humidity may require more protection for younger trees in colder months.

Does my Fantastic Avocado Tree need a pollinator?

Fantastic Avocado Trees can produce fruit as a single tree if you are in an area where many other avocado trees are grown. If you are unsure, pair your Fantastic Avocado Tree with a complimentary flower type avocado.

How cold hardy is a Fantastic Avocado Tree?

Fantastic Avocado Trees are considered one of the most cold tolerant of the Mexican Avocados. Trees have been reported to survive at temperatures as low as 10 degrees F. However, these extremes are not ideal, and if you are in an area that regularly freezes in winter, growing an avocado in a container that can be moved indoors over winter may be a good choice.

How do you eat an Avocado?

Avocados are cut, seeded, and peeled, much like a small melon. Avocados are eaten fresh alone, in salads, and can be used to make sauces, dressings, and even desserts. Creamy avocados are the main ingredient in many dips, and they are often used as an ingredient to top burgers, tacos, or seafood.

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