Avocado is a tree local to Central Mexico, characterized in the blossoming plant family Lauraceae on top of cinnamon, camphor and sound tree. Avocado or crocodile pear likewise implies the soil grown foods of the tree. Avocados are monetarily significant and are developed in tropical and Mediterranean atmospheres all through the planet. They have a green-cleaned, beefy form that may be pear-formed, egg-formed, or round. Industrially, it matures in the wake of reaping. Trees are somewhat self-pollinating and regularly are engendered through joining to uphold a foreseeable quality and amount of the soil grown foods.
Originally posted: May 25, 2013