The sugar-apple or sweet-sop (Latin American Spanish: cachimán Indian Sitaphal) is the fruit of Annona squamosa, the most widely grown species of Annona and a native of tropical climate in the Americas and West Indies. Spanish traders aboard the Manila galleons docking in the Philippines brought it to Asia.
From Wikipedia (Sugar-apple – Wikipedia)
70 cm height, , Hardened and Acclimated, Ready for Field Transplant, Well-rooted
1000 in stock
Growing Guide: Sugar Apple (Annona Squamosa L.) Production Guide (businessdiary.com.ph) Source: Business Diary Website
|Dimensions||9.5 × 10 × 70 cm|