Here is my favorite seedling avocado again.
The last time I picked them was a bit early, so the flavor was a bit bland.
This time, they are perfectly ready to pick.
I will update with photos of the inside of the fruit, and with my observations of fruit quality and flavor.
I was surprised to find, that when I was in the tree picking the fruits, there is another crop that's about 2 months away from being ready to pick. The second crop is less abundant than the first, only comprising about 1/4 of total fruit produced by the tree.
I tried to show a larger fruit, and a smaller fruit to show the size range. Most fruits are large, not many were small.
The yellow blush gets me excited to taste these, I hope they're as good as I remember a few years back.
I also tried to take as many pics as I could to show the same fruit at different angles (with hopes of identifying it)
BTW, this tree isn't really a cold hearty one, although it's endured quite a few bad freezes. I'm guessing temps around 28F will really start to hurt the tree. (just a guess though)
Thanks to all who've been participating in this discussion.