Sugar Apple Seeds
Sugar Apple or Sweet Sop, scientifically known as Annona squamosa is indigenous to tropical South America and the West Indies. Belonging to the same family as Soursop and Cherimoya. The Sugar Apple has a thick, bumpy rind with creamy, sweet pulp that is divided into segments each containing one small black seed. This scaly fruit has thick and creamy white to translucent flesh that has a minty and custard like flavor.
Viability of seeds:
As you may know, some tropical fruit seeds are very perishable and have a short period of viability. Our seeds are very fresh as all of our seeds come from fruits harvested here in South Florida. The fruits are harvested and the seeds are packed into craft paper bags and shipped to you. If planted quickly and properly, you should have a high germination rate. We do not guarantee a specific germination rate, but do guarantee seed freshness.