Also known as Wild Soursop, the fruit has lemon coloured smooth flesh. The fruit is round, with a pale green/yellow skin when ripe. Quality is inferior to the common Soursop, but its hardiness makes it useful as a rootstock and in colder regions. The skin is less spiky than that of the soursop. Much hardier than soursop tolerating temperatures down to -2 degrees, dry conditions and a wide range of soils. Will grown in full sun or part shade. Trees can reach up to 8m and seedling trees often produce fruit after just 2-3 years. An infusion of the leaves are said to have pain-relieving qualities for pregnant women.
Plant Information or Specifications
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Max Height (when in the ground with good conditions)
Plants required to Pollinate
1 (Self Pollinating)
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Can it Handle Frosts?
Amount of leaves in Winter?
Some Leaves (Partly Deciduous)
Time to Fruit/Flower/Harvest
Sun or Shade
Preferred Soil Type
February, March, May
Customer Comments on Soursop Mountain
Can someone tell me if the prickles hurt on the fruit? I want to plant this in a walk way. | Vee - Melbourne, VIC 21-Mar-2013
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