Sugar Apple

Sugar apple fruits are nutrient rich and are popularly used to make desserts and juices.
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Sugar Apple

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The sugar apple tree is a shrub which produces fruits composed of knobby segments also called sweet sop.  It grows 3–8 metres in height, with a short trunk and irregularly spreading branches. Sugar apple trees serve as an attractive addition to the home landscape. Trees are well-adapted to most well-drained soil types and should be planted in full sun and at least 4-6 metres away from nearby structures. Fruits can be seen from July to September. Fruit is ovoid to nearly heart-shaped, covered in knobby grayish-green hues that look almost like scales on the outside. On the inside, there are sections of glistening, creamy-white flesh with a  pleasant aroma and numerous black seeds. The pulp is eaten fresh, in ice creams, sherbets, other desserts.

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Annona squamosa

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La Pastora Plant Propagating Station Santa Cruz

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