|ANNONA MONTANA - WILD CUSTARD APPLE.|
Mountain soursop, wild custard apple, guanabana de monte, corosselier batard, wild soursop, boszuurzak, guanabana de perro.
Annonaceae (Annona family).
Wild custard apple is a small evergreen tree indigenous to Surinam growing up to 30' tall.
It has glossy leaves and the fruit is spherical with a yellowish skin; it is covered with prickles.
The pulp resembles the taste of Soursop and contains light brown seeds.
Infusion of leaves is used to alleviate pain during pregnancy.
USDA zone 9 - 11.
Due to recalcitrant nature of the seeds, they have a short viable life, can not be dried well and can not withstand low temperatures.
Full sun / light shade.
Sandy clay soil but grows also well or dry soils.
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