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Holiday avocado in Australia?

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Has anyone seen holiday (aka XX3) avocado trees for sale in Australia or is it only in the US so far?

They sound like a pretty good backyard variety (small tree, big fruit) but I can't figure out where to get one. Probably doesn't help that I'm in WA...
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GIRRAWHEEN,6064,WA
15th February 2017 2:17pm
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Markmelb says...
I think you may be mistaking Sir Prize now being available - has an interesting history about a private backyard grower with a sport he planted and at only 1.5mt crawled under and found at back a huge Avo - he thought was different and got a patent on it - finding that avo was a surprise hence the name. Dont know who has it for sale tho but is somewhere in southern Qld.
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MOUNT WAVERLEY,3149,VIC
15th March 2017 2:52pm
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Kath5 says...
No, Holiday is the one that I want to know about, that is a different variety. Though I'll keep Sir Prize in mind, it sounds good too.
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9th April 2017 12:49pm
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andy11 says...
I actually have a couple of small sir prize trees. Don't really want to sell them but I might put one up on gumtree for a pretty penny and c if there r any desperate people wanting one...
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8th June 2017 12:16pm
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Markmelb says...
I did some research and Sir Prize grows into a pretty big tree Vs Holiday which has dwarfing tendency - SP is not for your regular yard tree - google more on Trop Fruit forum - They are easily available as grafted in NSW - Im growing a couple seeds i got a few months ago - found the fruit not that good really or they got picked too soon - I think Gwen is the one to get and Mexicola as its very cold hardy.
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9th June 2017 5:24pm
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Mango Mike says...
Andy11... Are your Sir Prize big enough for taking scion wood ???? Would love to get a couple.... Please advise... Thanks..Mike
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14th June 2017 8:39am
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echinopora says...
Oxely nursery in brisbane has 2 sir prize avos 89 each as of last week
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andy11 says...
echinopora- that's true, that's where I got mine from last year.
Mago Mike- I would def head over and get those last 2 trees as they seem to be the only nursery(retail) that sells them. And it doesn't sound like they will again, but u never no. I think they def sound like a great variety
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Mango Mike says...
Thanks for the tip.... will get there asap....
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