Are these the perfect avocados? Extreme 'long-neck' avos go absolutely viral

Photo / Facebook

Photo / Facebook

A Florida-based farm has managed to grow an unusual-looking avocado.

Miami Fruit, a produce company that sells fruit and vegetables online, shared the photo of the giant "long-neck" avocado to Facebook and people can't get enough of it.

"The avocados are popping off right now!" the company wrote. "South Florida farmers grow dozens of unique varieties not common in any other part of the mainland USA."

Rane Roatta, the company's co-founder, says they've been selling "long-neck" avocados for years.

These "long-neck" avocados are of the pura vida variety and they can weigh anything between 453g and 1.3kg.

A standard hass avocado weighs about 151g.

Now for the bad news: If you were hoping to buy yourself a box of long-neck avos to go on your toast, you're out of luck this season.

Their season has just ended so you'll have to wait for next year.

"They are available to pre-order for next season," Roatta told the Today show.

People on Facebook can't get enough of this new avocado and have sent the company's posts viral.

This article was first published on the NZ Herald and is republished here with permission.