Sugar Apple (Annona Squamosa) - Seeds


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Sugar Apple (Annona Squamosa) - Seeds

Qantity: 10 Bulk Seeds / bag

Fruit Color: Green

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Name: Sugar Apple / Annona Squamosa

Quantity: 10 Annona Squamosa Bulk Seeds

Sugar Apple: Sugar Apple is a "Sweetsop". It is most widely cultivated of all the species of Annona, being grown widely throughout the tropicals and warmer subtropicals
It is a deciduous or semi-evergreen shrub or small tree with size of 8 m tall. The leaves are looks like simple, oblong-lanceolate, 7-12 cm long and 3-4 cm broad in length. 
The flowers are formed in clusters of 3-4, each flower, with six petals, yellow-green spotted purple at the bottom.

Taste- The fruit is generally looks like a round in shape, a little pine cone-like 2.4-3.9 in diameter. There are variations in shape and size. 
The fleshy fruit is very sweet to taste, white to light yellow, and resembles and tastes like custard. 
The edible portion coats of the seeds of this fruit generously like a gooey portion of a tomato seeds. Sugar-apple has a very discrete, 
sweet-smelling fragrance. It is a little grainy, a bit oily, very sweet and very soft.

Look-The Sugar-apple, also called bullock's heart or bull's heart, is the fruit that tree is a family of Annon reticulata". 
This tree is a small deciduous or semi-evergreen tree sometimes it will reaches a high of 10 mtrs in tall and a native of the tropical that prefers low elevations, and a warm, 
humid climate.The fruits are always variable in shape, oblong, or irregular. The size ranges from 7 cm to 12 cm. When ripen the fruit it will become a brown or yellowish, 
with red highlights and a varying degree of reticulation, depending on variety. The flavor is sweet and pleasant.

How to grow?

1. Buy the seeds from Seedarea

2.Dig a hole that is 3 times the diameter and depth of the container holding the tree. Loosen the surrounding soil, making it easier for the roots to spread out. It's not recommended to add topsoil, compost or any type of fertilizer to soil.

3.Remove the tree from the container and place it in the hole, making sure the top of the plant's soil is level with the ground. Planting the tree too deep will weaken it. Fill the hole with the excavated dirt. Stomp down the soil around the tree to get rid of any air pockets and water the area well.

4.Fertilize your tree about every 2 months with a mixture of 6-6-6 or 8-3-9. By placing mulch around the base of the sugar apple tree, more moisture will be retained in the soil around the roots. Water your tree regularly, but don't overdo it. Sugar apples are drought hardy and don't tolerate flooded conditions.

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