Posting ID : B1011122239
Date Posted : 2013-01-03
Category : Farm Garden By Owner
Mexican Varities of avocado are the most cold-resitant. The flesh has a high oil contect of 30%. The curhsed leaves of the Mexican avocados have a distinct oder of anise and are favored for cooking.
Very small fruit 3-5 Oz. Skin black, thin, smooth. Excellent flavor. Seed large. Very heat- and cold-resistant. It is the most cold hardy variety,
Produces medium size, green fruit. Season: September-October. Don't confuse this variety with Lula, wich is popular in Florida and used for rootstock (that one is cold hardy to only 25F).
Can take temperatures down to 15F for short period of time without significant damage.
This is a very cold hardy variety of avocado (withstanding temperatures as low as 15◦F) that has the typical flavor of a Mexican Avocado.
Mexican Veriety. Place of Origin Texas.
Brazos Belle Variety is a mid season avocado. One of the cold hardiest Avocados. Survives and bears in Houston, TX, so will fruit as far north as Charleston, SC.
Mature Trees can go down to 15 ˚F. Fruiting time is in August and finishes it crop in October.
Bazos Belle is a medium to large, purple black fruit avocado that has the typical flavor of a Mexican Avocado.
The shape is long and tapered at both ends with a thin black skin, weighing between 6--12 ounces. The fruit has a good flavor.
This variety of avocados are self pollinating.
This tree ranges 10'-15' in height.
Joey has small, egg-shaped fruit, with a dark purple skin and flavorful flesh. Ripens form August to October. Extremely cold hardy, to 15F, Zones 8-10.
Produces medium size, egg shaped purple-black fruit. It has excellent flavor. Heavy bearer. Season: September-October.
Can take temperatures down to 15F for without significant damage.
Place of Origin Uvalde, Texas.
A medium-large green fruit, cold hardy Mexican avocado. An old variety with very thin skin.
Poncho has medium to large green fruit. Ripens form August to October.
Another extremely cold hardy variety form Texas, to 15F, Zones 8-10.
It survived temperatures around 10F near San Antonio, Texas (Zone 8b). Can take temperatures down to 15F without significant damage.
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Please read more on Avocado growing. Below are two links wich will be of great aid if you choose to grow Avocados.