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Hardy Mexican Avocado trees, var. not found in a nursery

PostPosted: Fri May 26, 2017 11:20 am
by DavidLJ48
I have a small selection and limited number of grafted Mexican Avocado stains, not found in a nursery. Wood taken from seedlings and varieties no longer produced by a commercial nursery since around the 60s or so.

5 gallon plants; from green to black skinned one pounders to smaller fruits; from medium to small, some are undeveloped Criollo types from Mexico.

Also a small supply of the Oroville Duke, that has been touted about by Bill Bird.

I have no plans to ship, one would have to come over to see me or make other arrangements; these are 3 feet tall or greater. I have a few that are smaller, but cannot see shipping as they have such fragile wood.

Most trees $25, for the hard to graft Oroville Dukes $40. If one buys more then one, normally offer a discount I can send pics by email.

Re: Hardy Mexican Avocado trees, var. not found in a nursery

PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2017 6:02 pm
by nateblackmore
I could definitely be interested. Won't be able to come around until July though.

Re: Hardy Mexican Avocado trees, var. not found in a nursery

PostPosted: Thu Jun 22, 2017 11:51 am
by DavidLJ48
Except for the Oroville Dukes, most are still here. Lots of Sacramento area people wanted them, from the info he has posted on that particular variety up in the Sacramento area.