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(Avocado, Guatemalan Avocado)

Buttery slices on sandwiches, rich guacamole, milkshakes, and salads are just a few of the uses for avocados, the versatile fruit of Persea americana. Native to the area from the Rio Grande south through Peru, this tree has been cultivated for centuries. It is now grown worldwide in subtropical and tropical regions as a commercial crop and in home landscapes.

The cultivar ‘Reed’ is a Guatemalan strain. The large fruits are oval with a large seed. The moderately thick skin is easy to...

(Avocado, Mexican Avocado)

Buttery slices of ripe avocado on sandwiches, thick, rich guacamole, milkshakes and salads are just a few of the uses for the versatile fruit of Persea americana. Native to the area from the Rio Grande south through Peru, this tree has been cultivated for centuries. It is now grown worldwide in subtropical and tropical regions as a commercial crop, in home landscapes and orchards.

The cultivar ‘Stewart’ is a Mexican strain. The small to medium fruits are oval to pear-shaped, have...

(Avocado, Mexican Avocado)

Buttery slices of ripe avocado on sandwiches, thick, rich guacamole, milkshakes and salads are just a few of the uses for the versatile fruit of Persea americana. Native to the area from the Rio Grande south through Peru, avocados have been cultivated for centuries. It is now grown worldwide in subtropical and tropical regions as a commercial crop, in home landscapes and orchards.

The cultivar ‘Zutano’ is a Mexican strain. The medium fruits are oval to pear-shaped, have a high oil...

(Avocado, Guatemalan and Mexican Avocado)

Buttery slices of ripe avocado on sandwiches, thick, rich guacamole, milkshakes and salads are just a few of the uses for the versatile fruit of Persea americana. Native to the area from the Rio Grande south through Peru, this tree has been cultivated for centuries. It is now grown worldwide in subtropical and tropical regions as a commercial crop, in home landscapes and orchards.

Avocados are classified into three types based on the area of origin of the trees. Many popular avocados...

(Avocado, Guatemalan and West Indian Avocado)

Buttery slices of ripe avocado on sandwiches, thick, rich guacamole, milkshakes and salads are just a few of the uses for the versatile fruit of Persea americana. Native to the area from the Rio Grande south through Peru, this tree has been cultivated for centuries. It is now grown worldwide in subtropical and tropical regions as a commercial crop, in home landscapes and orchards.

Avocados are classified into three types based on the area of origin of the trees. Many popular avocados...

(Avocado, Guatemalan Avocado)

Buttery, ripe slices on sandwiches, thick, rich guacamole, milkshakes, and salads are just a few of the uses for avocados, the versatile fruit of Persea americana. Native to the area from the Rio Grande south through Peru, this tree has been cultivated for centuries. It is now grown worldwide in subtropical and tropical regions as a commercial crop and in home landscapes.

Extremely variable trees, avocados may be tall and erect to moderate-sized, low-branched, and spreading, depending...

(Avocado, Mexican Avocado)

Buttery slices of ripe avocado on sandwiches, thick, rich guacamole, milkshakes and salads are just a few of the uses for the versatile fruit of Persea americana. Native to the area from the Rio Grande south through Peru, this tree has been cultivated for centuries. It is now grown worldwide in subtropical and tropical regions as a commercial crop, in home landscapes and orchards.

Avocados are classified into three types based on the area of origin of the trees. The Mexican varieties...

(Avocado, West Indian Avocado)

Buttery slices of ripe avocado on sandwiches, thick, rich guacamole, milkshakes and salads are just a few of the uses for the versatile fruit of Persea americana. Native to the area from the Rio Grande south through Peru, this tree has been cultivated for centuries. It is now grown worldwide in subtropical and tropical regions as a commercial crop, in home landscapes and orchards.

Avocados are classified into three types based on the area of origin of the trees. The West Indian varieties...

(Bruce Japanese Plum, Dwarf Japanese Plum, Hybrid Japanese Plum)

A small shrubby tree native to China, Japanese plum takes its common name from the country in which it has long been cultivated for its juicy flavorful fruit. Japanese plums are now grown worldwide. A hybrid between Japanese plum and plums native to the United States, 'Bruce' is well adapted to the southern United States and other hot humid climates. It bears orange, yellow-fleshed fruit in late spring or early summer. The white flowers appear in late winter or early spring, before the rounded, glossy...

(Plumcot, Spring Satin Plumcot)

‘Spring Satin’ is a celebrated hybrid of two popular fruits, the plum and apricot, which produces an entirely new one known as the pluot or plumcot. Success with this cross was first achieved in the twentieth-century in California. This release from the USDA fruit breeding program of Byron, Georgia, displays improved disease resistance and tolerance for the hot, humid growing conditions of the southeastern United States. It is rare to find fruit trees micro-adapted to this region, particularly...