7 Gal mostly can not be shipped(ask)
AVOCADO TREES-“Lila” 10 feet tall cold hardy Zone 8a
Avocados should be planted on high
They need adequate water but need
good drainage. Tropical broadleaf but
will not tolerate wet soggy soil.
The trees “will” need to be
protected from the cold for two to three years. As the tree matures, the
green bark on the trunk will begin to turn brown.
Start fertilizing young trees after
one year of growth, using a balanced fertilizer such as 8-8-8 twice
It is also recommended to protect
young avocado trees from direct sun for the first year.
One option is to paint the green
trunk and main branches with a whitewash.
You can also drape them with a shade
cloth or light burlap sack over a wooden or PVC frame a foot or two above the
The trees should begin to bear fruit
within 2 – 3 years. 3-5 Gal trees bear some
fruit now in the pot
Joey, Lila, Lula, Fantastic, and Arizona are
just some of the cold hardy examples now 14-18 degrees
All avocados are self-fertile but
produce larger and more fruit if cross-pollinated, to 10 feet at maturity