Cherimoya. C25

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The cherimoya (Annona cherimola) is a fruit tree that bears a delicious fruit.

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The cherimoya is a small tree, reaching at most 5m in height. The deciduous leaves are elliptical and somewhat hairy on the underside. The inflorescences have three fleshy petals with between 100 and 200 small flowers. The fruit is an infructescence, made up of several fruits that adhere to each other.
The chrimoyo belongs to the Annonaceae family, and its scientific name is Annona cherimola.
It is a small deciduous tree, up to 5 metres high, with low branching. The leaves are elliptic, sometimes somewhat rounded, about 8-12cm long by 4-6cm wide, with some hairiness on the underside.
The inflorescences appear solitary or in groups of 2 to 3 in the axils of the leaves. They have three very fleshy, cream-green petals surrounding a cone containing 100 to 200 small flowers.
The fruit is a berry with numerous black seeds. It is actually an infructescence, that is, the union of many small fruits that adhere to each other, forming what we know as custard apple.
This plant is of subtropical origin, so it requires climates without large temperature fluctuations, and does not tolerate frost. 


 



 
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The cherimoya (Annona cherimola) is a fruit tree that bears a delicious fruit.

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