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Annona squamosa, Sugar Apple, Custard Apple, Sweetsop-Anon, Sweetsop, Atis, Sitafal, Seetha Payam, Araticum, Sharifa

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Annona squamosa Kampong Mauve
Annona squamosa
Family: Annonaceae
Sugar Apple, Custard Apple, Sweetsop-Anon, Sweetsop, Atis, Sitafal, Seetha Payam, Araticum, Sharifa
Origin: Tropical America
Small tree 10-20 ftFull sunSemi-shadeModerate waterFragrantDeciduousEdibleSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short time

Very highly regarded in tropical and subtropical areas. Fruits with sweet custard-like pulp are from 3 to 5 inches in diameter with a lumpy green skin and upon maturity the fruit has a bluish or white blush. Some varieties are developed that have a red blush or red skin which are much more attractive. At maturity fruits have a custard like white pulp with small black seeds and the sweet flesh is eaten fresh or used for milkshakes and ice creams. Sugar apples make great container plants, too, so if you don't have much space try growing these in a 10 or 15 gallon tub, and they will still reward you with a number of delicious fruit. Older trees may continue fruiting into January during warm winter. Trees reach full dormancy during cold winters. Varieties: Thai-Lessard, Kampong Mauve.


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Dan
Fullerton, CA, USA
USDA Zone:10
14 Apr 2015
The photo of the Na Di looks like a photo of a Phet Packchong atemoya rather than a sugar apple. That's not a Phet Packchong atemoya is it? The photos are identical. Can you acquire some Phet Packchong atemoya trees to add to your annona listings?
kh0110
California
18 Jun 2012
Looks like you have a HARD time getting this Kampong Mauve or are you giving up already?
Chris Smith
Maplewood,NJ,USA
1 May 2011
Is it possible to get the Kampong Mauve
verinder
Norwood
USDA Zone:7A
23 May 2008
I want to know if this custered apple can be grown in Boston area in pots?

Thanks
Verinder
zaki
singapore
USDA Zone:war
2 May 2008
in malaysia / singapore, we called this buah NONA. the leaf have a unpleasant smell when crushed
Sereyvath
Gwangju, S.Korea
12 Mar 2008
Actually, I come from Cambodia. I am interesting this homepage cos I can learn the scientific name of fruits, which avaible in my own country.

For this one in Cambodia call TIEB
nadya
Java, Indonesia
28 Dec 2007
I love this fruit. In my country its called SRIKAYA
surendran
miami, FL , USA
21 Feb 2005
Hey i am from India. I was looking for this plant for a long time. I didnt know either the botanical / it local name.

This is my most favorite fruit. We in India call this as

"Seetha payam" . It is related to my religion hinduism and its name is related to a hindu goddess.

Whatever may be, this is the sweetest fruit that i have ever eaten.

Nice that i finally knew where i get this.

But it seems to be a little costly.
sue tran
cary, NC
USDA Zone:7
14 Sep 2004
It will help me alot if you put Climate Zone in every plants.
ludette
Alabang, Muntinlupa, Philippines
14 Apr 2004
This is a seasonal fruit and we call this ATIS


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Annona squamosa - Sugar Apple, 7 gal pot

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7 gal pot. This plant is grown in 7 gal pot, more mature than our standard size plants in 3 gal, has a more developed root system, and most of the time thicker trunk and more branches. However actual plant size may vary depending on the growing season and on variety. Dwarf varieties are slow growers and may be shorter trees than upright varieties. See a picture showing the relative size of plants grown in 3 gal and 7 gal.
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Annona squamosa - Vietnam Sugar Apple Na Di

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Annona squamosa var. Thai-Lessard, Green Sugar Apple

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