Soursop (Annona muricata)

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The Soursop aka Guanabana is a tropical evergreen fruit tree native to the tropical regions of the Americas and the Caribbean.  Soursop's fruit has an exotic flavor and appearance. The fruit has soft white creamy flesh and tastes like an exotic combination of coconut, pineapple, and papaya! Soursop (or Guanabana) has a unique creamy but also slightly gritty pear-like texture. 

NEW! We are now offering Soursop fruit trees in our Large Coconut Coir (1 gal.) pots that are GRAFTED!!! Grafted Soursop's are SUPER RARE! Soursop is already a somewhat challenging rare fruit tree to grow, so having them grafted gives you a HUGE advantage! Shorten the length of time to fruit and increase production with our new grafted Soursop trees that you won't find anywhere else.

Plant Type:
Tropical/Subtropical Evergreen or Semi-Deciduous Fruit Tree/Shrub

Harvest Season:
Late-Summer, Fall

Mature Size:
Up to 35 feet

Soil & Moisture:
Rich, well-drained soil with light acidity suit these warm-weather plants best.  Provide regular moisture and humidity, but be careful not to over water. Annona's are intolerable to water-logging. Requires deep watering during growing/fruiting seasons and less during winter dormancy.

Light Requirements:
Full Sun, Part Shade

Overall, expect best fruit production with more sun

Self-Fertile:
Yes

Growth Rate:
Fast, Medium

Zone Hardiness:
Outdoors 9-11 (frost protection until established); Patio/Greenhouse 4+

Annona's (especially Soursop) may defoliate during the winter in subtropical regions (40 degrees or lower), but remain evergreen in their native deep tropical habitats. Sugar Apples are generally tolerant to 28 degrees, whereas some Annona's like Soursop will need more cold protection if growing outdoors in Zone 9.

Propagation: 
Our Annonas are grown from seed and air-layering and are capable of fruiting within 2-5 years.

See More:
Annona (from Taíno annon) is a genus of flowering plants in the pawpaw/sugar apple family, Annonaceae. The generic name derives from anón, a Hispaniolan Taíno word for the fruit.

Our Annona varieties include Sugar Apples, Red Custard Apple, Soursop, Pond Apple, and Cherimoya fruit trees. 

Shop all of our Annona fruit tree types and varieties.

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