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Avocado Tree - Fuerte

Persea americana ‘Fuerte’


Type B Avocado. Self-pollinating, but Fuerte is a ‘B’ type avocado, which means it yields better if planted with an ‘A’ variety for good fruit set.

Commonly planted with a Hass Avocado Tree.

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Fuerte Avocado Tree for Sale

The Fuerty Avocado Tree is the second largest commercial variety behind Hass and is many people’s preferred avocado fruit. The thinner skin is easy to peel, and the flavour is excellent. Many in the avocado industry think the Fuerte to be the best tasting, but that seems extraordinary when compared to all the other amazing varieties! It is for you to choose your favourite!

A home-grown avocado tree produces extremely delicious fruit. Avocado trees will grow well in a home garden, and the fruit has many health benefits.

The Fuerte Avocado Trees for sale will produce a better harvest if planted in the vicinity of an A Type Avocado such as Hass or Pinkerton Avocado Tree.

The Fuerte Avocado is an attractive tree and has been known to be tough during cold snaps, with little damage from frost. The name Fuerte, means “strong” or “hardy” in Spanish because of it ability to withstand cold.

If you have a large garden, the Fuerte can become a substantial tree, perfect for climbing or even tree houses. However, these can be pruned down in smaller gardens or in containers to ensure the tree remains a manageable size. Grafted trees are generally smaller than their seed-grown counterparts which makes them attractive if you are limited on space.

Plus, it won’t take 10 years for delicious avocados! Our Fuerte Avocado Trees have all been grafted which allows for fast growing trees that produce fruit within 3-5 years and often sooner! Most trees are at least 2 years old when we sell them and many of them already have fruit!!

For information on how to care for your avocado tree, please refer to our Avocado Tree Care Guide

Additional information

Avocado Variety


Tree Age

2-3 years


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Avocado Tree - Fuerte

Produces medium to large, elongated, pear-shaped fruit. The green skin is thin, waxy and smooth, which peels easily and remains green when fully ripe. The flesh is creamy, pale green in colour and has a rich creamy texture.
Harvest Time
Ripens from March to August – depending on local weather conditions.
Year to Bear
These are grafted trees so they can produce fruit in the first year of planting!
Growth Rate
Fast Growth Rate. Can reaches a height of 5-10m if left unpruned. This tree tends to grow tall so prune back for easy harvesting.
Container Friendly?
Yes but find an area that receives at least 4 to 6 hours of direct afternoon sunlight daily.


Sunny spot that gets between 4-8 hours of direct sun daily


A thorough watering once weekly is generally all your avocado needs, however. While the roots prefer to stay on the dry side, avocado leaves love humidity. Indoor Avocados will do best if misted daily, especially when you are running heat during cooler months.


Generally a hardy tree down to 0 degrees celsius. Young plants will need some protection from frost.

Pollination Info

All avocado tree varieties are either A or B type, but the difference lies in the pollination. To encourage a successful harvest and to give your avocados optimal development, it is best if at least one of these trees are planted nearby as well.

The Type A avocado female flower part will open at the same time as a Type B male flower on the other tree; this more than doubles your chance for successful pollination and fruit-set!

The Fuert Avocado Tree is a Type B Avocado. While it is said to be self-pollinating, the Fuerte yields much better if planted with an ‘A’ variety for good fruit set.

Commonly planted with a Hass Avocado Tree or Pinkerton Avocado Tree.

Planting & Care Guide

Avocado Trees boast a no-fuss maintenance, but proper care prepares them for a abundant life. Your tropical fruit will need frequent, deep waterings once a week, with enough time between waterings to let the soil dry out a bit.

Also, avoid fertilizing trees their first year, because fertilizer can burn the roots and cause damage.

For more information please see our Avocado Care Guide.