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Sir Prize Avocado Tree

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SR88 starts with ...
Hi all,
This is my first post on here. I have been on the hunt for a grafted sir prize avocado tree for a while but have come up empty handed. Anyone able to point me in the direction of who may sell them? Also what are peoples thoughts on the fruit itself. From what I have seen they can be quite large, tasty and dont go brown after being cut.

Thanks in advance,
Shannon.
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echinopora says...
phone oxley nursery. I have seen them there before
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SR88 says...
Thanks for the response. I have already contacted Oxley Nursery however they don't have any. Has anyone one else seen any?
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MyrtleTurtle says...
My advice would be to grow from a pit of any store bought avocado. You can always graft later. Just plant a few pits straight into a prepared spot, it will grow quite fast if you care for it.

I and many others have consistently failed because avocado plants hate being transplanted and are also too root-bound already in the pots when sold. You want a small tree in a large pot - otherwise they could be forever stagnant in ground.
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