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Old 07-02-2019, 10:03 PM
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I know, but functionally a gecko eating an avocado and a gecko being fed an avocado are the same thing. I know you didn't get a gecko to 6 years by feeding it random plants 🙂

I'd like to tell you to go ahead with it, but I don't know enough to judge.

I was curious, do crested geckos even nibble on plants? Could you just pick off the fruit as it comes? (I don't know if the rest of the plant is toxic.)

EDIT: This may help: https://homeguides.sfgate.com/make-a...uit-44718.html

If your tree isn't super old, it may take awhile before it even gets big enough to bear fruit. I didn't find anything related to whether or not it can grow big enough to bear fruit in a viv. I don't know if it's ever been tried before. I would bet it wouldn't.

Maybe you could try it for a few years and, at the first sign of fruit, prune the shit out of it.

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