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Avocado Trees for Avocado Day: Our Top 3

Blair Brown — Jul 19, 2019

It's National Avocado Day! Well, technically, it was July 31st. But we're celebrating all week long and featuring our top Avocado Trees for easy, delicious home-grown fruit...indoors or out.

So, if you're looking to get some of your favorite flavors without visiting the supermarket, keep reading. From-scratch guac, avocado toast and more are just a click away.

1. Cold Hardy Avocado

Living up to its name, the Cold Hardy Avocado Tree grows fruit almost anywhere across the country. In fact, this strong tree withstands frigid temperatures as low as 20 degrees, but if you live in an area that gets colder, simply bring it inside for the winter.

Plant your Avocado Tree in a container, place it in front of a sunny window, and it will continue to grow. You’ll get an abundant yield of fruit, year after year, much faster than seed-grown. Seed-grown trees can take more than 10 years to produce, or may never produce fruit.With the Cold Hardy, you can expect reliable harvests.

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2. Hass Avocado

The Hass is what you typically see in supermarkets, but with our Hass Avocado Tree, you'll get it home-grown...no more trips to the grocery store. Plus, you save time and money because you won't have to buy.

Best of all? Our tree produces a unique flavor that tastes better than store-bought. And you can expect your tree to produce fruit year after year for 40+ years for everything, from guacamole to cooking and making the ever-popular avocado toast.

3. Condo™ Avocado Tree

If you've got a sunny window, you've got what you need to harvest your own home-grown avocados from this tree. Our Condo Avocado™ Trees start fruiting at only 3 feet tall, too, so there's no need to wait 8 years or more for seed-grown avocados. Our grafted trees can produce avocados the very first year!

And care is simple, no matter where you're located: Move your Avocado outside when it’s warm and inside when nighttime temperatures drop. Water when the soil feels dry, and wait for the explosive growth.

Ease meets reliable, tried-and-true production when it comes to our Avocado Trees. And for even better results, we have a care kit tailor-made for your Avocado Tree (pretty much a green thumb in a bag). Check out more about our Avocado Trees here!

Blair Brown

Blair is the Content Marketing Manager at FastGrowingTrees.com, and though she's not your traditional gardener, the planting world is definitely growing on her (pun intended!). She's enjoyed digging into plant care and maintenance and growing her plant collection, especially with exotic indoor varieties.

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