A beautiful sub-tropical deciduous small tree with large and spreading branches accented by glossy dark green drooping leaves. Sweet fragrant flowers bloom light yellow with a trumpet shape followed by aromatic, acidic fruit used in drinks.
The fruit takes between 20 and 25 weeks to reach maturity in sub-tropical climates where the days are not too hot and night temperatures remain cool. Juice is made from the fruits white pulp to make a delicious drink. This makes a terrific potted plant!
Cannot tolerate frost. Bring indoors.
The tree tolerates a wide variety of soil types and like some humidity. This tree makes a most interesting bonsai project and also grows well as a container plant for the home or greenhouse in addition to being a specimen plant.
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Potted Deck Plant
Native to the Caribbean region but has spread across Central and South America and is grown in Australia
Can produce fruit at 4-5 years old
Known in Spanish speaking countries as guanabanana
Makes an excellent plant for collectors of plants for the home or greenhouse environment
Grown for the beautiful leaf shape and color
The tree has been cultivated in Florida for over 110 years
Annona muricata Soursop Tropical seeds Container or Standard
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