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sugarlata seedling
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Re: sugarlata seedling
« Reply #1 on: August 15, 2020, 06:30:49 PM »
Absolutely gorgeous Mike!

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Re: sugarlata seedling
« Reply #2 on: August 15, 2020, 06:55:53 PM »
You, my friend, are certainly doing something right.
Very nice.  Hope to see this and others in your collection sometime soon.


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Re: sugarlata seedling
« Reply #3 on: August 15, 2020, 08:11:15 PM »
Beautiful tree. How old is it? What fertilizer do you use?

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Re: sugarlata seedling
« Reply #4 on: August 15, 2020, 08:19:56 PM »
Beautiful! The taste has to be magnificent :o

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Re: sugarlata seedling
« Reply #5 on: August 16, 2020, 11:54:09 AM »
Beautiful tree. How old is it? What fertilizer do you use?
Almost 3 years old
I mostly give annonas organics including manures, compost, coffee grounds, and I add fresh
mulch 2-3 times a year. Recently I gave the trees a dose of 8-4-8 Diamond R fertilizer with
micros

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Re: sugarlata seedling
« Reply #6 on: August 16, 2020, 12:14:28 PM »
Your tree looks LUSH!

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Re: sugarlata seedling
« Reply #7 on: August 16, 2020, 12:18:25 PM »
It likes like pure Sugar-Apple.

What makes you believe that it is one-half Annona reticulata?

If not, why the name "sugarlata"?
Har

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Re: sugarlata seedling
« Reply #8 on: August 16, 2020, 01:44:08 PM »
It likes like pure Sugar-Apple.

What makes you believe that it is one-half Annona reticulata?

If not, why the name "sugarlata"?
The Fruit came from Painter On Pine Island. It is a seedling grown from this
fruit




I called the fruit Giant Sugar apple before I talked to John.
He came by and commented that the flowers were curled like his tree.
The leaves look nothing like the sugar apple leaves on my other trees?
I have two trees but the other one I left in a pot till this year, it's only 3'. I will be able
to compare the seedlings in the future.
« Last Edit: August 16, 2020, 01:45:55 PM by achetadomestica »

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Re: sugarlata seedling
« Reply #9 on: August 16, 2020, 01:45:57 PM »
I agree w Har it does look like a regular sugar apple. Here is a hybrid saramoyo.




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Re: sugarlata seedling
« Reply #10 on: August 16, 2020, 05:24:42 PM »
I agree w Har it does look like a regular sugar apple. Here is a hybrid saramoyo.




I checked it again and it does look more like a sugar apple then a custard apple. The Sugar apple's leaves are
a little more narrow. It is a seedling though and I can't wait to try the fruit. I also have one Giant Yucatan
Pink saramoyo seedling  growing from your seeds JF. Maybe next year it will fruit?

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Re: sugarlata seedling
« Reply #11 on: August 16, 2020, 06:40:46 PM »
Sugar-Apples vary a lot.
Custard-Apples vary a lot.
And in-between are Yucatan Saramuyos.

There is room for some discussion and arguements.
Har

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Re: sugarlata seedling
« Reply #12 on: November 20, 2020, 10:06:01 PM »
Sugar-Apples vary a lot.
Custard-Apples vary a lot.
And in-between are Yucatan Saramuyos.

There is room for some discussion and arguements.
Do you have any fruits listed under here? I really like annonas, but my age kinda prohibits that. I have sugar apple, Rollinia, cherimoya, and pawpaw. The hybrids I will need to be grafted, anything else from seed. This is copy and pasted from my google document, so the images that are the fruit, flower, and foliage arenít there.

Here is a guide to Annona fruits. Annonas are a family of fruiting plants that produce edible fruit that is often consumed. The trees are all found in the tropics or subtropics, with the exception of the genus of Asimina. This chart will be showing the FFF(Fruit, foliage, and flowers.)

These are the natural Annonas that grow true to seed and havenít been hybridized.

Cherimoya | Annona cherimola
Fruit:Foliage:Flowers:

Sugar apple | Annona squamosa
Fruit:Foliage:Flowers:

Custard apple | Annona reticulata
Fruit:Foliage:Flowers:

Rollinia | Annona Mucosa
Fruit:Foliage:Flowers:

Beach sugar apple | Annona salzmannii
Fruit:Foliage:Flowers:

Ilama | Annona macrophyllata
Fruit:Foliage:Flowers:

Pond apple | Annona glabra
Fruit:Foliage:Flowers:

Soursop | Annona Muricata
Fruit:Foliage:Flowers:

Mountain soursop | Annona montana
Fruit:Foliage:Flowers:
Marolo | Annona crassiflora
Fruit:Foliage:Flowers:

Wild custard apple | Annona senegalensis
Fruit:Foliage:Flowers:

Cawesh | Annona scleroderma
Fruit:Foliage:Flowers:

Soncoya | Annona purpurea
Fruit:Foliage:Flowers:

Beach custard apple | Annona parviflora
Fruit:
Foliage:Flowers:


These are Annona hybrids. These have been made by cross pollinating the original Annonas to make other fruits.
Atemoya | Annona cherimola x squamosa
Fruit:Foliage:Flowers:
Temoylata | Annona cherimola x squamosa x reticulata
Fruit:Foliage:Flowers:

Temoylama | Annona cherimola x squamosa x macrophyllata
Fruit:Foliage:Flowers:

Cherilata | Annona cherimola x reticulata
Fruit:Foliage:Flowers:

Cherilama | Annona cherimola x macrophyllata
Fruit:Foliage:Flowers:

Pineapple annona | Annona muricata x glabra
Fruit:Foliage:Flowers:

Birilata | Annona mucosa x reticulata
Fruit:Foliage:Flowers:

These are the only hybrids that have been created, are recognized by people and have been cultivated.

There are also some annonas in the annonaceae but not in the genus annona. These include:

Kepel | Stecholarpus burahol
Fruit:Foliage:Flower:

Pawpaw | Asimina triloba
Fruit:Foliage:Flower:

Fingersop | Meiogyne cylindrocarpa
Fruit:Foliage:Flowers:

Junglesop | Anonidium mannii
Fruit:Foliage:Flowers:

Pindaiba | Duguetia lanceolata
Fruit:Foliage:Flowers:

Monkey Banana | Porcelia macrocarpa
Fruit:Foliage:Flowers:

Monkey Pepper | Xylopia aromatica
Fruit:Foliage:Flowers:


And thatís about all the Annonas I know. I may have forgotten some but hope I educated you a bit. Thx for reading!
Harry

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Re: sugarlata seedling
« Reply #13 on: November 21, 2020, 12:59:33 PM »
I have never seen visually verifiable "muricata  X  glabra" or "mucosa  X  reticulata."

Pictures please.
Har

 

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