Guatemalan (Persea nubigena var. guatamalensis L. Wms.) refers to one of the three (3) species of Avocados. The other two (2) are West Indian and Mexican Avocados. Guatemalan Avocado has thick and often rough skin. It blooms in the spring, and ripens in the spring and summer of the following year. The following are the vareities of Avocados that belong to Guatemalan Avocado group: Anaheim, Ardith, Carlsbad, Dickinson, Esther, Frazer, Gordo, Green-Gold, Hashimoto, Hass, Hazzard, Hellen, Lamb Hass, Nabal, Pinkerton, and Queen,

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