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Avocado 'Catalina' (Persia americana)

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For Cuban Americans, Catalina avocados are symbolic of exponential growth. This Persea americana variety was naturalized to Florida, where it remains a Hispanic American food staple. Catalina avocados bear large fruit, which ripen on the tree, maintaining a bright green color. This West Indian avocado cultivar bears fruit with yellow, creamy flesh. It has a sweeter flavor profile than the Mexican cultivars sold commercially. With peak fruit maturing from Summer to early Fall, enjoy Catalina avocado for a tropical immersion that’s unique to the vibrant cultures and people of the tropical lowlands.

Growing Catalina avocado trees can be challenging at first, but will reward any horticulturalist with bounties of enormous avocados, weighing 2 pounds on average. Only one plant is needed to get fruit. Additional plants will increase cross-pollination and fruiting. Avocados can be sporadically picked from the tree and set to mature, saving you trips to the produce store for weeks at a time. To keep the Catalina avocado plant at its best, protect the tree from any unusual bouts of cold, allow it long days of sunbathing, and keep it in well-drained, nitrogen-rich soil. 

Plant Type
Tropical/Subtropical Evergreen Fruit Tree

Harvest Season
Summer to Fall, Fall to Winter
Fruiting season varies slightly depending on the variety of Avocado. 

Mature Size
15-30 ft. 

Soil & Moisture
Well-draining, rich in organic matter. Don't over water. Only irrigate during dry periods once established.

Light Requirements
Full Sun


Growth Rate

Zone Hardiness
Outdoors 9-11; Patio/Greenhouse 4+
Cold hardiness for Avocado trees really varies depending on the variety. 

Our Avocado trees are grafted and ready to produce within 1 or 2 years

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There are so many reasons to grow Avocados. Avocados are a very fun and nutritious fruit to grow in your food forest or edible landscape! Plus, they are a great source of healthy, cholesterol-free fats!

Avocados are full of vitamins like Potassium, Folate, Magnesium and Vitamins A, K, E, B and C.

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