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Sapodilla 'Makok' (Manilkara zapota)

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Makok Sapodilla is one of the best tasting Sapodilla fruit varieties in the world.  It's native to Thailand and is a relatively recent introduction to Florida.  Makok is an excellent variety for homeowners because the tree is small, brown, and has a sweet aroma. Makok Sapodilla fruit can be harvested from May to November.

Sapodilla fruit trees are really adaptable in terms of soil conditions and will thrive in  many types of soil, from poor loose sandy soil to deep, rich organic soil, as well as light clay, or gravel. Regardless of soil type, fostering good drainage is for your Sapodilla tree is essential. Sapodilla's don't like wet feet!  Sapodilla's prefer warm locales but are also slightly frost tolerant, highly wind tolerant and can take salt spray.

Sapoilla's are related to Mamey SapoteStar Apple, and Canistel.  Sapodilla's are known by many names around the world including Mispel, Zapote, Dilly, Chico, Chico sapote, Zapote chico, Zapotillo, Chicle, Sapodilla plum, and Naseberry, among countless others.

How to Grow Sapodilla

Plant Type: Tropical Fruit Tree

Harvest Season: May - November in Florida, with the peak of the crop in June and July. In Mexico, there are two peak seasons: February - April and October - December. 

Mature Size: On average, trees will grow 30-50 ft. but can reach up to 100 ft. in their wild native habitat.

Soil & Moisture: Tolerant of moist soils from sandy to clay. 

Light Requirements: Full Sun

Self-Fertile: Yes, 2+ drastically increases production.

Zone Hardiness: Outdoors 9+ protected; Patio/Greenhouse 4+