How do you 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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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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