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Red Sugar Apple, Sweetsop, Annona Tree

Red Sugar Apple, Sweetsop, Annona Tree

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  • Discover the Red Sugar Apple, also known as Sweetsop or Annona Squamosa Tree, a tropical treasure that promises a delectable fruit experience. Here are the key details you need to know about our Red Sugar Apple Tree:

    • Compact Size: The Red Sugar Apple Tree stands at an approximate height of 2-3 feet, making it perfect for both indoor and outdoor growing in various spaces.

    • Thriving Young Tree: Enjoy a head start with our 6-12 months old tree, expertly nurtured in a 3-gallon container. This young tree is eager to grow and produce delicious fruit.

    • Homestead, Florida Grown: Rest assured that your Red Sugar Apple Tree has been cultivated in our plant nursery in Homestead, Florida. Our subtropical weather provides the ideal environment for strong and healthy growth.

    • Propagated from Seeds: Your Red Sugar Apple Tree is propagated from seeds, ensuring its genetic diversity and enhancing its adaptability to various growing conditions.

    • Bountiful Yield: As the Red Sugar Apple Tree matures, you can look forward to a delightful harvest. Adult sugar apple trees yield an impressive 20 to 50 fruits per tree, providing you with a generous supply of these scrumptious fruits.

    • Self-Pollinating Wonder: Witness the fascinating process of self-pollination with the Red Sugar Apple Tree. This self-sufficient tree efficiently pollinates itself, simplifying the fruiting process for you.

    • Annona Squamosa Delight: Indulge in the delectable sweetness and unique tropical flavor of the Red Sugar Apple, also known as Sweetsop or Annona Squamosa. Each fruit is a mouthwatering treat waiting to be savored.

    • Versatile Growing Options: Whether you prefer container gardening or planting directly in the ground, the Red Sugar Apple Tree adapts well to various growing environments.

    • Gardener's Delight: Embrace the rewarding experience of nurturing your Red Sugar Apple Tree as it blossoms into a fruitful wonder. Our expertly grown trees are a perfect addition to any garden or landscape.

Why are Sugar Apples Not Available in Winter?
This tree changes leaves during the winter months. It will be available again, after the winter months
How long before Sugar Apples produce fruit?
Sugar Apples propagated from seeds typically produce fruit in two years. This is the reason why it is not necessary to propagate with other techniques, like grafting
Difference between Red & Green Sugar Apple?

There is no difference with the tree size or the fruit taste. The only difference is the color of the fruit

Expert Assistance: At Everglades Farms, we are dedicated to providing exceptional customer service. Should you have any questions or require assistance with your Red Sugar Apple Tree, our knowledgeable team is here to help. Reach out to us at or call us at 1-800-GARDEN-GROW.


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Customer Reviews

Based on 15 reviews
Jonas mileon
Red Sugar Apple

I received in healthy tree , well package delivered on time .


It came packaged very well! It looks alive and well, no damages to the leaves or plant itself.

Chris B
Red Sugar Apple, great customer support

The first red sugar apple ordered came in broken. Customer support was excellent and rapidly shipped out a replacement 1 gallon plant a few days later that was healthy and green. I've ordered several trees from Everglades Farm and will keep doing so, they are a great company.

MarieAnne Beauvoir
Very healthy seedling

It had been very hard finding the red variety of sugar apple and Everglades farm had it. It arrived very well packaged,the leaves were a bit sad but around this time of year it's normal. It's in my greenhouse at the moment and doing great. I'm loving my tree and looking forward to the fruit.🙃

T. Tran
Red Sugar Apple Arrived Healthy and Well

The plant arrived healthy with a lot of green leaves. Unfortunately, even after week 3, a couple of leaves are still falling. However, a couple of leaves are also sprouting. I'll keep an eye on it and will leave it alone for a few more weeks before switching to a bigger pot.