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Belle is a medium to large, purple black fruit, and is
extremely cold hardy, down to 15F!
The fruits of this cold hardy tree have a rich taste and a
high oil content.
and bears in Houston, TX, so will fruit as far north as
Charleston, SC. Bears Aug-Oct. 3 gal
'CHOQUETTE' is a late season goliath which enjoys both
commercial success and homeowner appreciation. This avocado is
where quality intersects quantity, and it is quickly becoming
a favorite to Florida’s winter residents. Fruit is ready
January through March. 3 gal
Florida Haas is a Mexican type Avocado. The number one
commercial variety. It is renowned for is rich nutty flavor
and high oil content. A single fruit weighing only a half a
pound can cost $3 or more in the grocery store. The trees have
a wide growing range, and can be grown in the southern regions
of Texas, Louisiana, and Florida. Fresh picked fruits weigh
around 4 ounces to 12 ounces, and are produced October through
November. Hardy to 25 degrees. 3 gal.
"Lila"Avocado trees bloom in the Spring, with the pear-shaped
fruit ripening later in July and August. The fruits of this
cold hardy tree have a rich taste and a high oil content.
(much like a Haas Avocado) Mature tree height 10 to 15 feet.
Can be container grown, or planted in the ground. 3 gal
Oro Negro' translates to "Black
Gold" in Spanish. A seedling discovered in a commercial
Avocado grove in Miami-Dade County, Florida in 1989.
After 20 years of evaluation it proved it's potential for
dooryard or commercial use. Black-skinned fruit,
typically weighing in around 1 to 2 pounds are produced
November through January The flesh is rich and buttery with a
creamy texture that is sure not to disappoint. Hardy to 25
degrees. 3 gal.
Very cold hardy variety. Produces medium to large green fruit.
It survived temperatures around 10F near San Antonio, Texas
(Zone 8b). Can take temperatures down to 15F for short period
of time without significant damage. Fruits ripen August
through October. 3 gal
variety has thin, tender skin that clings to the firm tasty
flesh. Oil content is high, estimated to be about 30%. The oil
content is what gives the Avocadoes a rich, buttery taste. The
tree is cold tolerant to 22F degrees. Fruits are ready around
November and December. 3 gal
Carrie is a fiberless Florida cultivar that is sweet and
delicious as can be. A compact cultivar that makes it an
excellent dooryard tree that requires minimal care. Both fruit
and tree have little to no problem with fungus or disease.
The fruit ripens from June to July. Hardy to 27 degrees. 3
Ice Cream is a very popular “condo mango.” The tree can
easily be maintained at a height of just six feet making it
the ideal variety for those with limited space. Can be grown
in a container or backyard. The flavor is sweet, rich, and
reminiscent of mango sorbet. The fruit ripens from June to
July. Hardy to 27 degrees. 3 gal.
In Florida, the Julie variety is sought after for its
dwarf growing habit, it is a great choice
for those with a small yard or who wish grow Mangoes in a container. Julie is
very popular in Jamaica and many other Caribbean islands. The fruit is sweet and
juicy with a flavor of pineapple/coconut.
Lancetilla is a famous Honduran selection.
The tree can be maintained at just 10 feet, making it widely
accepted by homeowners. Expect five pound fruit with a
striking color of blood red. The ample fruit is firm,
sweet, and completely fiberless, ripening from mid August to
September. Lancetilla, with its excellent disease tolerance,
is the perfect late season mango, offering beauty, compact
size and flavor. Hardy to 27 degrees. 3 gal.
Mallika is a "condo mango" that is native to India. It's
compact size makes is ideal for homeowners with limited space
A favorite mango due to its superb flavor, unparalleled
disease resistance, and small but extremely productive habit.
Hardy to 27 degrees. 3 gal.
The Miracle Mango or Choc-anon is a Thai mango that fruits in
the winter and often fruits in the summer of the same year
producing two crops annually. A vigorous grower, producing
fruit that is sweet and juicy. This variety is an
excellent choice for winter residents, and growers that want
to extend their mango season beyond the traditional summer
months. The fruit ripens from November-January and sometimes
July as well. Hardy to 27 degrees. 3 gal.
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