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Garcinia humilis

Growing in Phoenix: Relates to mangosteen, this tropical fruit originates in Bolivia. It is sometimes called Bolivian Mangosteen. It produces sweet tangy fruit and looks similar to mango trees with a bushing growth pattern. The fruit is ripe when dark burnt orange with occasional flecks of dark color. They will continue to ripen once picked. Achacha fruit has white flesh with a texture similar to mangosteen or lychee. The tree looks similar to a mango tree. 

Trees need afternoon shade and cold protection below 30℉. pH of 6. Refer to the care sheet for planting and feeding instructions. 

Suitable for container culture, use a 30-gallon or larger pot.

See the planting and care guide page for planting and watering instructions.