Answer: Avocados do grow in Texas. The most limiting factor to success with avocado trees is severe cold. Avocado is a tropical to subtropical tree that, with some exceptions, is best adapted to relatively frost-free areas. Some types are killed outright by moderate freezes and others have regenerated after sustaining complete death of all aboveground parts in severe freezes. So, if your landscape remains frost free all winter, you can successfully grow avocado trees.
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