How to Grow Cherimoya?


Cherimoya can be grown from seed, but are often grafted to other rootstock. They begin producing fruit at about 4 years old and are often grown as houseplants because they cannot withstand freezing temperatures.
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1. Dig up the soil in the planting area to twice as large as the nursery container. Loosen the soil and work in 1 to 2 inches of seasoned compost. Dig out the planting hole in the
Cherimoya (Annona cherimola) also known as the custard apple, is thought, by some, to be the tastiest tropical fruit. The tree has very particular growing requirements and the fruit
1. Fill half of a large bowl with water and place cherimoya seeds into it. Press the seeds down until they are all wet. Set the bowl aside and let it rest for four days. 2. Look at
1. Fill a nursery pot with equal parts of compost and potting soil. Water the soil until it is drenched and allow it to drain. 2. Push the cherimoya seeds 1 inch into the soil. Set
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How to Grow Cherimoya
The cherimoya is a fruit produced on evergreen trees native to South America. Cherimoya fruits are green, heart- or cone-shaped and grow from 4 to 8 inches in length. They have white flesh and a very sweet flavor when fully ripe, which occurs from... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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