Avocado - Secondo (A) ®

Persea americana

Avocado - Secondo

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Superior flavour, with smooth, creamy flesh and pear-shaped, green-skinned, fruits that are textured like hass. A vigorous variety that commences fruiting in its 2nd year. Self pollinating. H Jul - Dec This is a local selection with Hass and Sharwill as parents that was selected by Daleys and is proving an excellent backyard variety as well as being our nursery favourite.

$69.00 ($69.00-$79.00 choose a size)

Specifications of Avocado - Secondo (A) ®

Preferred Climate SubtropicalLearn About Climate Zones

Grown From GraftedLearn About Propagation Methods

Max Height (when in the ground with good conditions) 5-10m

Plants required to Pollinate 1+ Beneficial (cross pollination helps with fruit set)Learn about Pollination

Can it Handle Frosts? Sometimes

Amount of leaves in Winter? All Leaves (Evergreen)

Quarantine Restrictions to these Areas WA

Water Requirements Moderate Watering

Fruiting/Harvest Months August, September, October, November, December

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Avocado - Secondo (A) ® Reviews & Tips

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Peter Scott
11months ago

Bundeena, NSW, Australia

Avocado - Secondo (A)

Harvested the last of 185 fruit today!Will have an avocado to eat on Christmas day Definitely a B group tree.Best variety ever.

Peter Scott
3y ago

Bundeena, NSW, Australia

Avocado - Secondo (A)

2017 produced 65 massive fruit each over 550g. Tree is now 6 years old and benefits from winter pruning. It is definitely a B group variety, hundreds of bees last year did all the pollination. Getting my own hive soon.

Peter Scott
6y ago

Bundeena, NSW, Australia

Avocado - Secondo (A)

My Secondo is actually a type B. Opens as female in afternoon then as male following morning. For better pollination collect some pollen on a small camel hair brush in the morning and then spread to female flower in PM.

FresserDavid1
★★★★★ 6y ago

Kensington, NSW, Australia

Unbelivable quantity of fruit.

jimmy2
★★★★ 9y ago

TALLY VALLEY, QLD

would love some avos, so i bought a couple of hass and a secendo.  planted march, established but all slowed nearly to a stop over winter. beginning of spring, secendo flowered and is  now flushed with new growth. hass buds beginning to bloom mid s...

ernie1
10y ago

, NSW, Australia

I got a secondo about 4 months ago. Very healthy tree. Pruned it slightly in winter and it seemed dorment for a few months. After the first half of winter it started to grow little buds and now 1 week before spring they are just about to explode. Can...

Getafix
★★★★ 10y ago

New Lambton, NSW, Australia

Sept 2010: The fruit from this variety was rated very highly by Daley's staff, and it is also meant to fruit well without a pollinator, so i thought i'd give it a go. We have heavy clay soil, so i'm in the process of preparing its eventual spot in the ...

Roy
★★ 11y ago

HEATHCOTE, NSW, Australia

Secondo Avocardo - still alive but hasn't grown at all. Some parts of leaves are brown. Appears to have growth buds ready to sprout but has been like that for quite some time now.

Peggy
11y ago

Toowoomba, QLD, Australia

Avocado - Secondo (A)

Is Secondo upright or spreading? How hard would it be to keep it at 4m, growing in pretty near ideal condiions? Correy?

Correy
12y ago

Woolloongabba, QLD, Australia

Avocado - Secondo (A)

Chris I would suggest the Secondo Avocado Tree as it is fast growing and fruiting. I am growing one.

David Mane
12y ago

Kensington, NSW, Australia

Avocado - Secondo (A)

The Secondo Avocado Tree is giving fruit in it's second year (maybe that's why they call it secondo). I tell everyone.

Correy
12y ago

Brisbane, QLD, Australia

Avocado - Secondo (A)

The Secondo can happily fruit without a B-Type Avocado making it ideal for home orchardists who just want one tree. Perhaps this is because it's parents have one as a B-Type the Sharwill and the other an A-Type the Hass.

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