Puspita Nursery Grafted Custard Apple Sitafal (Annona reticulata) Bullock’s heart Healthy Live Plant Rare Expensive Variety


  • Common name: Netted Custard Apple, Bullock’s heart, Bull’s heart Hindi: रामफल Ramphal Manipuri: সীতাফল Sitaphal Marathi: रामफल Ramphal Tamil: Ramachita Malayalam: Manilanilam Kannada: ರಾಮಫಲ Ramphal Bengali: নোনা Nona Oriya: Ramopholo Konkani: अनोन Anon Gujarati: રામફલ Ramphal Sanskrit: लवणी Lavani, कृष्णबीज Krishnabija Marathi: रामफळ Raamphal
  • Botanical name: Annona reticulata Family: Annonaceae (Sugar-apple family) Synonyms: Annona humboldtiana, Annona humboldtii Netted Custard Apple is a fruit which is a close cousin of Sugar Apple. The tree that bears these fruits is a small deciduous or semi-evergreen tree sometimes reaching 10 metres tall and a native of Central America. The ill-smelling leaves are deciduous, alternate, oblong or narrow-lanceolate, 10-20 cm long, 2-5 cm wide, with conspicuous veins.
  • Plants Comes with a Pollybag,Flowers, in drooping clusters, are fragrant, slender, with 3 outer fleshy, narrow petals 2-3 cm long, light-green externally and pale-yellow with a dark-red or purple spot on the inside at the base. The flowers never fully open.
  • No need to extra care just watering it time to time.
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Although somewhat less esteemed than the cherimoya and atemoya, the custard apple is well-liked in many parts of the world. In poor varieties the flesh is usually a bit less flavorful than its well-known relatives, but thankfully better varieties are spreading, having fairly good-flavored flesh. Fruits often have colorful skin with creamy, white or pale yellow flesh.


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