Sugar Apple or Annona Squamosa, a pink or green heart-shaped fruit with pronounced pink or green scales. Thailand variety grown in the Philippines are much larger and far more luscious than the native ones. Sugar apples are considered wild fruits thrive rapidly in any types of soil, grown from seed and can be planted in rough corners of the garden.Fruits can be left on trees until fully ripe or you can pick it after maturity, (if you know the indicator of maturity) you wait 2 days after picked up. After maturity, birds and bats present a big problem in growing sugar apples and maybe necessary to cover the fruit before ripening time.
Intrinsic beauty of Sugar Apples
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