Soursop Tree

$ 36

  Hurry up! Sale end in:
  •  Delivery & Return

    Delivery

    Your order means a lot to us, which is why we’re dedicated to providing fast, safe, and reliable delivery services for all of our items. You can find available delivery options for each item on its product page, and you’ll be able to select your preferred option at Checkout.

    Shipping Costs

    Our shipping costs are a pass through and the charges are based on the product weight total. There is no “mark-up” on our shipping costs to help you stay competitive.

    Weight Base Shipping Rates

    Weight (lbs)Cost ($)
    0.01 - 0.75 lb$7.50
    0.76 - 1.00 lb$9.00
    1.01 - 1.51 lb$11.00
    1.51 - 3.00 lb$15.00
    3.01 - 5.00 lb$19.00
    5.01 - 8.00 lb$24.00
    8.01 - 12.00 lb$29.00
    12.01 - 16.00 lb$35.00
    16.01 - 20.00 lb$41.00
    20.01 - 40.00 lb$55.00
    40.01 - 50.00 lb$98.00
    50.01 - 60.00 lb$130.00
    60.01 - 70.00 lb$150.00
    70.01 - 80.00 lb$178.00
    80.01 - 100.00 lb$210.00
    100.01 lb and higherFreight order, please call (+92 343-873-0069)

    Returns

    If your item is damaged or missing parts, please see Damaged Items

    If you received the wrong item, please see Received the Wrong Item.

    Changed your mind and want to return an item?

    To start your return, visit the My Orders section of My Account. We’re happy to accept returns for most items within 30 days of delivery. Item(s) must be:

    • In its original, undamaged condition
    • Disassembled, if the item(s) were originally delivered disassembled
    • In its original packaging. Note: If the original packaging is too damaged to be shipped back, you must use a box that’s similar to the original or a box no longer than 108 inches. FedEx/UPS cannot accept shipments over 150lbs
  Estimated Delivery: Monday, Apr 22 – Wednesday, Apr 24

  Share
Guaranteed Safe CheckoutTrust

The Soursop Tree, scientifically known as Annona muricata, is a tropical fruit tree native to the Caribbean, Central America, and parts of South America.

Here are some key features and information about the Soursop Tree:

  1. Fruit: The Soursop Tree produces large, heart-shaped fruits that are green and prickly on the outside. The flesh of the fruit is white, fibrous, and juicy, with a sweet and tangy flavor reminiscent of a combination of pineapple and strawberry. The fruit is commonly eaten fresh or used in juices, smoothies, desserts, and traditional medicine.
  2. Tree Appearance: The Soursop Tree is a medium-sized evergreen tree that can reach heights of up to 10 meters (33 feet). It has broad, dark green leaves and produces fragrant, yellow-green flowers that develop into fruit.
  3. Growing Conditions: Soursop Trees thrive in tropical and subtropical climates with warm temperatures and high humidity. They prefer well-draining, slightly acidic soil and full sun to partial shade. The tree is sensitive to cold temperatures and frost and cannot tolerate prolonged exposure to temperatures below 50°F (10°C).
  4. Propagation: Soursop Trees can be propagated from seeds, which are found within the fruit. The seeds should be planted in well-draining soil and kept moist until germination occurs, typically within 2-3 weeks. Seedlings can be transplanted into larger containers or directly into the ground once they have developed several sets of true leaves.
  5. Care and Maintenance: Soursop Trees require regular watering, especially during dry periods, to keep the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged. They benefit from occasional fertilization with a balanced fertilizer during the growing season to promote healthy growth and fruit production. Pruning may be necessary to maintain the shape of the tree and remove dead or damaged branches.
  6. Harvesting: Soursop fruits typically mature and ripen 3-4 months after flowering. They are harvested when the skin turns slightly yellow-green and yields to gentle pressure. The fruits should be handled carefully to avoid bruising, as they are prone to damage.
  7. Uses: In addition to being consumed fresh, Soursop fruits are used to make juices, smoothies, ice creams, and desserts. They are also valued for their potential health benefits and are used in traditional medicine to treat various ailments.

Overall, the Soursop Tree is a tropical fruit tree prized for its delicious and nutritious fruits. With proper care and growing conditions, it can be a rewarding addition to a tropical garden or orchard.

Weight N/A

Based on 0 reviews

0.00 Overall
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
Be the first to review “Soursop Tree”

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

SKU: 7569305337996 Category: Indoor Plants Tags: Genus_Edible, Plant Size_Medium (6" Pot), Type_Edible
My Cart
Close Wishlist
Compare Products (0 Products)
Compare Product
Compare Product
Compare Product
Compare Product
Categories