Product Type: Plant Seeds
Color Type: Red
Suitable In: outdoor
Germination Rate: 70% to 85%
Physical Purity: 98%
Sowing Time: July To December
Flowering Time: April To July
- Pack Of 20 Seeds
- Germination Guide
Point 1: The almost-white-colored flesh has a consistency similar to a ripe pear matched with a subtle, creamy, custard-like taste.
Point 2: Fruit custard is a healthy dessert as it is made of milk which is a source of calcium and protein. The addition of fruits imparts a good texture and taste.
Point 3: The easiest way to enjoy a custard apple is to simply cut it in half and scoop out the pale flesh with a spoon. You can also use custard apples as a substitute for regular varieties of apples in your favorite recipes.
Point 4: With milk as the main ingredient, custard is a good source of protein and contains calcium, which is good for bone health.
Point 5: But custard is a treat food because it can also give us extra energy, fat and sugar that we maybe don't want, or need. Both products contain about 10 per cent of your daily calcium requirements.
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Common Name: Annona reticulate, Custard Apple, Sharifa, Ramphal, wild sweetsop, soursop and bullock's heart.
Scientific Name: Annona reticulata
Description: The fruits vary in shape, heart-shaped, spherical, oblong or irregular. When ripe, the fruit is brown or yellowish, with red highlights and a varying degree of reticulation, depending again on the variety. The flesh varies from juicy and very aromatic to hard with an astringent taste.
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