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  1. Mulberry Morus nigra

    Mulberry

  2. Cape Gooseberry Physalis peruviana

    Peruvian groundcherry

    Cape gooseberry is a Solanaceous plant related to tomatillo and chinese lantern. The plant is perennial in the tropics and grown as an annual in temperate climates Unripe fruits are green and develop a golden-orange hue when ready for consumption. When ripe, gooseberries should fall upon shaking...
  3. Mulberry, Red Morus rubra

  4. Custard Apple Annona reticulata

    Custard Apple, Sugar Apple, Anona, Bullock's Heart, Anona Colorada, Corazón, Noi Nong, Nona Kapri, Sarikaya

    Custard apple is a medium sized, semi-deciduous tree, up to 10 m in height, with large yellow-brown custard textured fruit. The fruit can be up to 15 cm in diameter, has a sweet flavor, and is usually consumed fresh.
  5. Soursop Annona muricata

    Soursop, Guanabana, Huanaba, Corossol

    Soursop is a tropical, low branching and shrubby tree to 10 m in height. Soursop fruits are basically oval shaped, up to 30 cm long and 15 cm wide, weighing up to 7 kg. The least acidic varieties are sometimes consumed fresh or as part of a desert. More typically soursop fruit is processed into...
  6. Cherimoya Annona cherimola

    Cherimoya, Cerimolia, Yuructira

    The cherimoya species is thought to have originated from the inter-Andean valleys of Ecuador, Colombia, and Bolivia.
  7. Ilama Annona diversifolia

  8. Mulberry Morus sp.

    Mulberry

  9. Sugar Apple Annona squamosa

    Sugar Apple, Sweetsop, Anon, Ata, Sharifa, Sitaphal

    Sugar apple is a drought-tolerant tree, growing to 6 m in height, and is the most widely grown of the Annonas. The sweet fruit is eaten fresh and can be used in beverages, ice cream and milkshakes.
  10. Tomatillo Physalis ixocarpa

    Tomatillo, Jam Berry, Mexican Husk Tomato

    A semi-woody annual related to tomatoes that can attain heights of 1.2-1.5m. Staking plants early on and throughout the life of the crop will help plants bear the weight of the fruit and the fruit will be easier to harvest. Harvest when fruit fills out the husk and husk splits at bottom of fruit....