Soursop, also known in Spanish regions as ‘Guanábana’, is an evergreen tree that produces very large, green-skinned fruit with creamy white flesh. Part of the custard apple family, Soursop is typically sweet with a slightly acidic after-taste when ripe. Fruit can be sporadically produced throughout the year.
  • Full Sun
  • Sun Lovers
  • Oval/Rounded
  • Self Pollinating
Categories: Soursop
  • Variety Type

    QLD Fruiting

  • Variety


  • Pollination


  • Tree Size

    6 x 4 metres.

  • Skin

    Green, soft, spiky.

  • Flesh

    White-creamy. Seeded.

  • Flavour

    Good. Sweet.

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