TREE SIZE: 2 Year old tree in a 3 gallon container
POLLINATION: Self-fruitful no pollinator is required
USDA HARDINESS ZONES: 10-11. Can be grown in a container indoors in area with cold winters.
RIPENING DATE: September through January
SPACING: Plant 15 to 20 feet apart. The Arizona Avocado is not a cold hardy variety, so bring it inside or cover them when the temperature goes below freezing.
FLAVOR OF FRUIT: Great for hot desert climates. The fruit is dark-colored with a rough and bumpy skin. Has a similar taste to Haas Avocado. Great for fresh eating, spreads, and making guacamole. Able to withstand high temperature. In high temperatures plant in an area that receives morning sun and afternoon shade.