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What is this plant???

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aneh starts with ...
Hi again all.
I bought this today hoping it might be a sweetsop or sugar apple, anonna squamosa.
Am i correct or am i mistaken? if im mistaken what is this? the bloke in the nursery wasnt sure. thanks very much.
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13th April 2009 10:23pm
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Jantina says...
The leaves look a lot like the leaves on a rollinia tree (which is a Brazilian custard apple) I got from Daleys.
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15th April 2009 10:48am
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aneh says...
Theres a good chance that is what it is too Janita,
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15th April 2009 8:14pm
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aneh says...
Does anyone who has a sweetsop know if this looks similar.
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aneh says...
does anybody have some pictures they could post of sweetsops, or rollinia
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26th April 2009 12:21am
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Jantina says...
Hi aneh, if you go into Daleys newsletter section there's a bit of video with Kath and a rollinia plant that might help.
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trikus says...
This is a Rollinia I have grown from a large smooth tasty fruit I got at Schommozons near Mossman in north Qld.
Its now approx 4 years old , 3m tall and I hope to get some fruits soon .
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aneh says...
thankyou all it looks exactly like your rollinia trikus
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