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dwarf avacado trees

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Dawn Sadler starts with ...
Do you have dwarf avacado trees if so what varities how much are they & would they be happy on the Mornington Peninsula as we do have comercial growers down here & Hass & Bacon do well down here I am told or are there other varities available
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Dawn Sadler
ps which of the mulberry are the sweetest
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Dawn Sadler
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8th March 2008 12:55pm
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Correy says...
The Wurtz dwarf Avocado Tree should be suitable.

It is said to be "good for the back yard or container growing."

http://www.daleysfruit.com.au/plant/Avocado.htm

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If you are able to grow the other varieties I would assume you should be ok with the Wurtz.


The sweetest mulberry I have had is the Mulberry - Dwarf Red Shahtoot it is far sweeter then the black mulberries.
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8th March 2008 2:08pm
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John says...
If you use half wine barrels you can grow just about any type I believe. It would then become a matter of trimming it yearly and the way you fed it.
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Arnie says...
I would like to grow Dwaf Avocados in Trinidad in the Caribbean. Is this possible? If so, what specie would be best suited to this climate
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BJ says...
Hi Arnie,
You are best to ask on this board:
http://tropicalfruitforum.com/index.php?board=1.0
Floridians and Fellow Caribbean growers should be able to give you the best advice.
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3rd April 2012 4:47pm
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Mike says...
Arnie BJ is correct and the assemblage of avos in Florida (and WI/Mexico) and sophistication of avo growing there is way beyond that of Australia.None of ours have WI blood (sap), being cooler guatemalan and mexican types,unlike your neck of the woods.Many nurseries have varieties listed with size,temperature tolerances and oil content of fruit.
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Barnes says...
Hello. Can you please advise what dwarf varieties of persimmon, avocado can I grow at Old Bar on the east Coast of NSW. What is the best variety of blueberry and low chill dwarf pears. Of these fruits do any of them require two for pollination and fruit? Many thanks
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ces says...
Hello, I am in Melbourne and would like to grow some Hass avocado, is there a dwarf hass available?
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ivepeters says...
ces

Dwarf wurtz & pinkerton

http://www.forbiddenfruitsnursery.com/
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Brendan says...
Hi ces, Lamb Hass avo is a semi dwarf.
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BJ says...
Have a look at his catalogue - it has fairly useful info:
http://www.sunraysianurseries.com.au/library/file/466.pdf
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