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We purchased a Sheppard and a Hass avocado but unfortunately one has died. We need to replace it but we don't know whether it is the Hass or Sheppard remaining (tags have been removed). Can anyone please help with identifying our remaining tree.
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23rd July 2017 5:40pm
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Markmelb says...
Have to wait till it fruits
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24th July 2017 4:14pm
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Manfred says...
I can't identify it, but in my experience, shepards grow like weeds and hasses die. I think hass has a slightly darker more leathery leaf than shepard, so I think probably shepard.
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jakfruit etiquette says...
I would take the pic or some leaves back to the nursery where you got it, or one that sells buth types.
Out of a choice of 2, I think you could eliminate one based on leaf shape, leaf scent, colour of new growth.
I would prob guess Not Hass, ie agree with Manfred, but I havent seen a Shepard tree.
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