Bacon AvocadoMiscellaneous Trees and Plants

Avocados

Variety
Fruit Size
Fruit Color
Hardiness
Rating
Oil
Skin
Taste
Harvest
Remarks
Bacon
Type B
8-12 oz
Green
Very Tender
18%
Med Thin
Good
Oct-Jan
Popular especially in low winter temperature in California.
DWF Little Cado
(TM#50552)
8-14 oz
Green
Tender
18%
Med Thin
Good
May-Sep
Suitable as dwarf backyard tree, patio planter or Espalier. Small size tree 8-12 ft.
Fuerte
Type B
8-14 oz
Green
Average
18%
Med Thin
Excellent
Nov-Jun
Second largest commercially produced variety.  Alternate bearer.
Hass
Type A
7-12 oz
Green/
Black
Average
18%
Med Rough
Excellent
Feb-Oct
Largest commercially produced variety. Excellent orchard and backyard  variety.
Jim Bacon
Type B
8-10 oz
Green/
Black
Very Hardy
20%
Thin
Good
Sep-Jan
Regular producing variety with high ornamental value.
Lamb Hass
Type A
8-14 oz
Green/
Black
Hardy
Med Rough
Very Good
May-Nov
Late bearing Hass. Very good quality fruit looks like at large Hass
Mexicola Grande
Type A
6-12 oz
Black
Very Hardy
High
Thin
Very Good
Aug-Oct
Most frost resistant of all varieties. High quality fruit ripens before early frost
Pinkerton
Type A
8-14 oz
Green
Average
Easy Peeling
20%
Med Pebbly
Excellent
Oct-Jan
Heavy production near coast and inland. Excellent backyard and grove variety.
Reed
Type A
12-18 oz
Green
Tender
20%
Med Thick
Excellent
Jun-Nov
Good backyard and orchard tree. Large high quality fruit.
Zutano
Type B
10 oz
Green
Hardy to Very Hardy
16%
Med Thin
Good
Dec-Jan
Does well in coastal and inland areas.