Sugar Apple (Mãng Cầu Na)


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Growing in Arizona: The sugar apple is an exquisite fruit that is very closely related to the cherimoya. The fruit are typically baseball to softball size, and they taste like sugary sweet custard. The pulp comes apart in segments each containing a small black seed that separates easily from the fruit. The trees begin to fruit at just one to two years of age, and they can easily be maintained at 8-10 feet for container growing in colder climates. Fruit are extremely sweet and taste like a sugary custard. Likes shade in summer, cold protection below mid-30s. Great for container growing!

Annona squamosa

Growing in Phoenix: Sugar apple of sweet soursop is the most widely grown of the Annona family fruits. It has fragrant, sweet, creamy white flesh and tastes like custard. It is very similar to custard apple. Sugar apples need dappled shade all day or afternoon shade. They need a slightly acidic pH(6). Winter protection when temperatures are below 30℉. Hand-pollinated for a good fruit set. 

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

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

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Gallon Size:

3 Gallon, 7 Gallon, 25 Gallon