Hi, welcome to JSWandFamily channel, in this video I am going to show you how to cultivate a dwarf avocado tree (Persea americana) with potential high yield of fruits. Today this 5 month old avocado tree has 3 branches and 8 large leaves. However, it is a 9-inch in height young avocado tree. Nine weeks ago, I used a clipper to prune away the terminal bud of this young avocado tree when it was a seedling and left only the first leaf on its trunk. Within a week after pruning, three locations on the trunk with leaflets started to grow their buds in between the trunk and each leaflet. Those were the 3 branches originated. Nevertheless, the branch located at the highest position grew much faster than the other two branches and the branch at the lowest position remained under-development since then. Here I show you the very beginning first leaf now degenerated and dried up in brown color, hanging on the number 2 highest branch. As you can see clearly, the highest branch among three already took the role of supportive function of the dead fragment of the original trunk. Today I will continue to prune away the terminal section of this largest branch above the first leaf of it. As you can see, I just make this avocado tree about one-third shorter than it used to be by a single cutting. I would expect at least two new branches will be generated on the remainder of this branch due to this pruning. This pruning technique will apply to the second branch at the left-hand side of the trunk a few weeks from now and again I would expect 2 more new branches can be generated below the first leaf of this branch. This frequent pruning ends up one leaf per branch approach that should make this tree to develop more than 1000 branches easily. In addition, I also predict that pruning the second largest branch will promote the growth of the third, underdeveloped branch. I intend to cultivate this avocado tree as a house plant and I will place it near a sunny window, pruning and grafting as needed in the future. This dwarf tree will not only look beautiful, but it may also produce abundant fruits 3 to 5 years from now as well, so that I can pick the fresh and ripe fruits from it easily. Thank you for watching our video.