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CUSTARD APPLE Seeds - Annona squamosa


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We currently have available:


CUSTARD APPLE Seeds - Annona squamosa


Available in packs of 5 and 15 seeds.


These exotic Custard Apple seeds possess a high quality genetic profile and are harvested fresh our own garden.


Annona squamosa, also known as ‘Custard Apple’, is a small  tree native to the West Indies. The fruit contains a sweet custard pulp, which may be eaten straight from the fruit.


Custard Apple is an evergreen tree with thin oblong ovate leaves. The solitary greenish flowers produce a yellowish green fruit resembling a shortened pine cone. The tuberculate fruit, formed by the fusion of many ripened ovaries and a receptacle, is 7.5cm - 10cm  in diameter. The fruit has a segmented rind that separates when its fully ripe and ready to be eaten.




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We do not advocate the use of any fruit plant in any particular way. We aim to support and encourage education around the traditional use of sacred plants. All information herein is provided for historical, educational and research purposes only.




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Sacred Plants Australia

CUSTARD APPLE Seeds - Annona squamosa

SKU: Annona squamosa
PriceFrom AU$11.00
  • Soak the seed for 3 days in spring water, changing the water daily. Germination can take up to 30 days but this process can significantly speed up the process.


    Fill a seedling tray with humidity dome with seed raising mix and sow the seeds on flat their side 2cm deep.


    Water the seeds until the soil is damp to the touch. You should notice seedlings emerge in 3 - 4 weeks.


    Keep the tray in a well-lit area. The seedlings should be kept in a bright and warm area, like a windowsill, so they can grow. Remember that the more light a plant gets, the more water the plant will need.


    Wait until the seedlings are 5cm tall and they are ready to transplant.


    Transplant the seedlings to individual pots or into the garden. Spring is the best season to do this. Once you have unearthed a seedling, put it in a hole slightly larger than the root ball and fill in with Citrus Potting Mix.