Zutano Avocado Tree

 

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                                                Zutano Avocado Tree
                           Great Inland Area Cold Tolerant Avocado
The Zutano avocado originated in Fallbrook, California, by W.L. Ruitt. Introduced in 1941 from a selection made in 1926. Ripens in Oct. to Dec. in San Gabriel Valley, Ca.; and Jan. to Feb. in Ventura County, Ca. Tree; consistent producer; more hardy than Fuerte. Commercial variety. Fruit are oval/pear in shape with waxy bumps on the skin.
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Zutanto Avocado
This tree will take hard frosts and grow back from a freeze damage
A heavy producer of flavorful, smooth-skinned, green fruit. Bears well both on coast and inland areas. Large, upright-growing tree is preferred for its cold-hardiness. Self-fertile. This size tree is 2 years away from a lot of fruit.
B flower type Late fall and early winter fruit bearing #5 size $32.99
 




Zutanto Avocado
This tree will take hard frosts and grow back from a freeze damage A heavy producer of flavorful, smooth-skinned, green fruit. Bears well both on coast and inland areas. Large, upright-growing tree is preferred for its cold-hardiness. Self-fertile. This size tree is 1 year away from a lot of fruit. B flower type Late fall and early winter fruit bearing #7 size $49.99
 




Zutanto Avocado
This tree will take hard frosts and grow back from a freeze damage A heavy producer of flavorful, smooth-skinned, green fruit. Bears well both on coast and inland areas. Large, upright-growing tree is preferred for its cold-hardiness. Self-fertile. This size tree is currently producing a lot of fruit. B flower type Late fall and early winter fruit bearing #15 size $92.00
 



Zutanto Avocado
This tree will take hard frosts and grow back from a freeze damage A heavy producer of flavorful, smooth-skinned, green fruit. Bears well both on coast and inland areas. Large, upright-growing tree is preferred for its cold-hardiness. Self-fertile. This size tree is currently producing a lot of fruit.
B flower type Late fall and early winter fruit bearing 24 box $385.00