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Collection: Soursop - Guanabana Trees

Soursop Fruit

Ditch your daily orange for a soursop fruit. Like the orange, soursop is high in vitamin C, making it a great fruit to help boost your immune health. This fruit is native to tropical regions across the Americas and the Caribbean. However, the original origins of soursop are unknown. This unique fruit is filled with nutritional benefits that you can’t miss out on.

Soursop Tree Details

Soursop

Soursop is produced on the evergreen tree known as Annona muricata. The height of the tree depends on the species. They range from small to medium-sized trees, making the soursop the perfect addition to any yard. The leaves of the soursop tree, long and green, are paired with stunning yellow flowers growing from the bark of the soursop tree. Add a bit of color and tropicality to your home with this unique tree.

Soursop Fruit Details

The soursop fruit is unlike any other. Starting with the soursop's appearance, this fruit bears an elongated shape covered in lush green skin and a prickly texture. The fruit is coated with creamy white flesh, similar to a coconut. The soursop is packed with nutrients like calcium, potassium, vitamin A, and of course, tons of vitamin C. The taste of the soursop is a mix of sour and sweet, making it stand out from other tropical fruits.

Planting and Care

The soursop tree is a relatively low-maintenance being. These trees do well in full sun, so pick the warmest spot in your house or yard. Moist, well-draining soil that’s slightly acidic is best for this plant. The soursop can be either planted outside or kept in a container. If you live in a climate with average winter temperature below 60 degrees, container planting is the best option, as the soursop doesn’t fair well against frost. Treat the soursop you would any other fruit-bearing plant, and this unique tree will flourish.

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