Pancho Cold Hardy Avocado

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Meet the Pancho Cold Hardy Avocado: Your Winter-Resilient Green Buddy!

Are you dreaming of homegrown guacamole even when the temperatures dip? Say hello to the Pancho Cold Hardy Avocado — the resilient tree that doesn't shy away from a chill. This tough little plant is ready to bring a slice of the tropics to your temperate backyard.

Why Pancho is the Perfect Pick

  • Chill Chaser: Unlike its tropical cousins, Pancho thrives in cooler climates, down to 15 degrees Fahrenheit. No more avocado envy for you, cold climate gardeners!
  • Compact Power: With a modest growth habit, this avocado is ideal for smaller spaces. No need for a sprawling orchard; Pancho fits right in your cozy garden nook.
  • Generous Spirit: Get ready for bountiful harvests. Pancho is not just cold hardy but also a generous fruit bearer. Your taste buds and your friends will thank you.

Planting & Care Made Easy

Think you need a green thumb? Think again! Pancho is low-maintenance, asking only for well-draining soil and a sunny spot to bask in. With just a bit of love and water, you'll be on your way to harvesting your very own avocados.

Aesthetic Appeal

But it's not all about the fruit. The Pancho Cold Hardy Avocado is also a stunner in the landscape. Its lush, glossy leaves add a splash of evergreen elegance to any yard, making it a dual-purpose delight.

Ready to Grow?

Don't wait for avocado season to come to you. Bring it home with the Pancho Cold Hardy Avocado. Order yours today and transform your garden into a year-round avocado paradise!

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Is there Express Shipping?

We do not offer express shipping. All items are shipped ground and arrive in 1-4 days for 98% of customers. 

How long to ship?

Orders will be shipped in 1-2 business days.  Initial shipping will take place on Mon, Wed and Fri with the ability to flex up if demand is needed to 5 days a week. E.g., Orders placed on Friday will ship on Monday, Orders placed Monday will ship on Wednesday and orders placed on Tuesday will also ship on Wednesday.

How will it ship?

See note above but from our SC location, most metros are 1-3 day shipments and almost the entire country can be reached in 4 days. Deliveries take place Mon-Sat for customers. 

How will a 10-pack ship?

10-pack ships in the normal packaging.  Large trees 3 ft.+ ship max of 2 per box.   Some smaller SKUs will ship all 10 in one box with care being taken to keep each separated.

Do I need to be home?

You do not, these are normal deliveries just like any other product delivered through FedEx Home Delivery.

Do I need a loading dock? Where will it be dropped?

No, these will be placed where your FedEx driver normally places your packages.

Is your packaging recyclable? How is it packaged?

A majority of the packaging is recyclable.  There are however, 1 poly-bag per plant that encloses the nursery container to both retain moisture and prevent soil loss.

How soon do I need to plant my tree, shrub, etc?

We actually recommend giving it a few days to acclimate in a shady location before planting.  This allows the plant to recover from shock before introducing it to a new climate.  Here is a quick description that you can adjust for your needs.

Give it time to adjust

Before you plant your new Tree/Shrub, it's crucial to allow it a few days to adapt to its new environment.  We do however recommend planting it within the first 7 days of delivery. Here’s why:

  • Recovery Time: Transitioning from our nursery to your home can be a bit of a shock to your plant. A short acclimation period helps it recover and reduces stress.
  • Climate Adjustment: Every environment is unique. Giving your plant time to adjust to the local climate, humidity, and light conditions in a shady spot will set it up for better growth and health.

How to acclimate your plant

  • Keep the plant in its container and place it in a shady, sheltered area away from high winds.
  • Ensure it's watered adequately – the soil should be moist but not waterlogged.
  • Monitor the plant for any signs of distress and allow it to adjust for a few days before planting.

After a few days of acclimation, your plant will be better prepared to thrive in its new home for years to come.