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Cold Hardy Avocado Trees are the Perfect Patio Plant, growing indoors or out. They reportedly withstand temperatures down to 18F. You get a lot of Avocados to eat and share. Patios Plants, Growing Indoor, Reports Withstand, Hardy Avocado, Cold Hardy, Withstand Temperature, Sunny Windows, Avocado Trees, Perfect Patios
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Cold Hardy Avocado,This Cold Hardy variety is the most popular variety because they are heavy producers... easily grown… and produce delicious fruit. If you grow your tree in a container, it will stay about 5-7 feet tall. Small enough to move indoors and big enough to give you a lot of fruit. Trees planted outdoors grow from 20-30 feet tall. A commercial orchard tree can produce 1,200 avocados annually.
Grow an Avocado Tree from the pit (for a houseplant, it probably won't produce fruit). After drying, the pit is suspended in a glass of water and once there is root growth of about 2″, it can be planted in a pot of soil and tended to as a houseplant. If your climate allows, you can plant this outdoors.
How to grow an avocado tree Wrap in moist paper towel and place in a ziploc baggy, seal. Place bag in a warm, sunny spot or somewhere warm (ideas: top of fridge, your computer monitor, television, under sink). Once it starts sprouting and the roots are about 2″ long, plant in 10" diameter pot. Water when soil is dry, feed plant food 1/2 times a month.
When a pinner suggested "Grow an Avocado Tree. Florida pinner did about 5 years ago. Their tree is HUGE now and got our first avacado! They are beautiful trees." Pinner in Texas wonder if they will grown in Texas?! =D...I am wondering will they grow in GA. Its called: COMMUNITY...