# How much is a avocado tree?

**trees**cost as little as $60 but usually

**much**more. From any individual retail outlet, the

**price**of a fifteen-gallon

**avocado tree**tends to be three or four times as

**much**as that of a five-gallon. For example, in the photos of

**price**tags above, a five-gallon

**costs**$36 whereas a fifteen-gallon

**costs**$130.

Similarly, how long does it take for an avocado tree to bear fruit?

**Avocado Tree** Age If you grew your **tree** from an **avocado** pit, it won't **bear fruit** until it's at least 10 years old, and you may have to wait up to 15 years. On the other hand, if you planted a **tree** from a nursery or garden center, the **tree should** begin to produce a crop after three or four years.

**Avocado**Hass -

**15**Gal Height: 6-7 ft. Width: 2 ft.

In this regard, how big does an avocado tree get?

Some **avocado trees** grow to reach a height of 80 feet, with most **getting** 20 to 40 feet **tall**. Don't let this scare you away from enjoying your own **avocados**! There are several dwarf varieties that **do** well indoors. You can start **avocados** from seeds (stones), but it takes years to bear fruit.

**There** is only one true **dwarf** variety of **avocado tree**, known as Wurtz or by the nickname "Little Cado." It is a hybrid of Guatemalan and Mexican varieties. The Wurtz **avocado tree** is quite small compared to the sky-high regular **avocado trees**, reaching only 8 to 10 feet tall at maturity.