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Can Avocado Trees Live in Tennessee?

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Can Avocado Trees Live in Tennessee?

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According to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), the avocado plant, formally "Persea americana," is cold hardy in USDA growing zones 9B through 11. In the United States, this includes South Florida as well as parts of California, Texas and Arizona, but not Tennessee.

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