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Annona atemoya, Lakshmana phal ( Grown through seeds )

399.00

Description

Enjoy a delicious and nutrient-rich Lakshmana phal by growing at your home.

Annona atemoya is small to a medium-sized tree in the Annonaceae family. Leaves are green, hairy when young, smooth when mature, elliptic, ovate, or lanceolate in shape. The stem is hardy and multi-branched with dark brown color.

Flowers are produced singly or in clusters of 2 to 4 from leaf axils on one-year-old shoots or new growth.

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Annona Squamosa, Sita Phal (Grafted)

299.00

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Annona squamosa is a small, well-branched tree or shrub from the family Annonaceae that bears edible fruits called sugar-apples. The ripe fruits are filled with edible juicy pulp surrounding the seeds.

This tree should only be planted outdoors in frost-free areas protected from cold winds. It is best grown in rich, evenly moist but well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. Tolerates average soils. A small tropical tree, indigenous to the Amazon rainforest, growing up to 30 feet tall.

The leaves are thin, oblong while the flowers are greenish-yellow. Flowers are oblong, never fully open, with 1 in long, drooping stalks, and 3 fleshy outer petals, yellow-green on the outside and pale-yellow inside with a purple or dark-red spot at the base. The avoid or conical fruit, with purple knobby skin, is very sweet and is eaten fresh or can be used for shakes. The fruit is juicy and creamy white; it may contain up to 40 black seeds. These seeds are poisonous.

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Sitaphal, Annona squamosa (Grafted)

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Enjoy fresh, fragrant, and sweet creamy white flesh of Custard apple by growing Custard plants easily at your home.

Custard apple is a deciduous perennial fruit plant in the Annonaceae family. Branches with light brown bark. Leaves are thin, simple, alternate, and occur singly. Flowers are Solitary or in short lateral clusters. Fruits are aggregate and soft fruits from the numerous and loosely united pistils of a flower.