5piece Pack Of Luscious Custard Apple Buddhas Head Cherimoya Fruit Seeds For Cultivation
Indulge in the joy of cultivating your own exotic fruit with our pack of 5 Custard Apple Buddha’s Head Cherimoya seeds. These luscious fruits, scientifically known as Annona squamosa Linn., are known for their sweet, custard-like texture and unique flavor.
These seeds are easy to cultivate, making them perfect for beginners and seasoned gardeners alike. They thrive well in a temperate climate and are ideal as indoor plants, bringing a touch of the exotic to your living room or study. Additionally, they serve a dual purpose, acting as air purifiers and enhancing the aesthetic appeal of your space.
The Custard Apple Buddha’s Head Cherimoya plant is a landscape plant, which means it adds an element of exceptional beauty to your surroundings. Despite their exotic origins, these plants are not fussy about the soil type. They grow well in well-draining soil like sandy loam mixed with peat.
How to Plant Custard Apple Cherimoya Buddhas Head Fruit Seeds 5pcs:
1. Choose a small garden pot with drainage holes at the bottom and sides.
2. Fill the pot with equal parts of sandy loam and peat.
3. Create a 1-inch deep hole in the center of the soil mix.
4. Place one seed in the hole and cover it with topsoil.
5. Water the seed until excess moisture begins to drain from the bottom of the pot.
6. Repeat the process for each seed.
These seeds usually germinate within 5-15 days and flower between 9-12 weeks, offering you a quick and satisfying gardening journey. Embrace the joy of growing your own Custard Apple Buddha’s Head Cherimoya with our high-quality seeds.
- Latin Name: Annona squamosa Linn.
- Planting Season: Summer
- High Germination Rate: These seeds usually germinate within 5-15 days.
- Grown Plant Size: Small, perfect for indoor cultivation.
- Time to Maturity: Flowers between 9-12 weeks after planting.
- Soil Type: Not fussy about soil type, grows well in well-draining soil like sandy loam mixed with peat.
- Watering: Requires regular watering until excess moisture begins to drain from the bottom of the pot.
- Sunlight: Prefers full sunlight but can also tolerate partial shade.
- Uses: Apart from being a fruit-bearing plant, it also acts as an air purifier, enhancing the quality of your indoor air.
- Deer Resistance: This plant is deer-resistant, making it ideal for outdoor gardening in areas with deer populations.
- Pest and Disease Resistance: Known for its resistance to common pests and diseases.
- Spacing Requirements: Each seed should be planted in its own pot to allow ample space for growth.
- Companion Plants: Good companion plants include other tropical and subtropical species.
- Harvesting Instructions: Once the fruits mature, they can be harvested by gently twisting them off the branch. Handle with care to avoid bruising.