Author Topic: Is there a way to identify a butterscotch sapodilla plant without the fruit  (Read 371 times)

Orkine

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What are the characteristics or identifying traits of a butterscotch sapodilla?

... and if the fruit is the only tell, what does that look like and how does it differ from other large sapodillas?



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Mine is young but it looks like my other plants.

achetadomestica

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Mine is young but it looks like my other plants.
ditto

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Dwarf tree, large non gritty fruit.

Side by side with my other saps cant really see a difference at the moment.

Cant wait to try this one.

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Thanks.

I wondered if there was a way to identify the tree. 
Looks like only from fruit.


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Dwarf tree, large non gritty fruit.

Side by side with my other saps cant really see a difference at the moment.

Cant wait to try this one.
Is it just me? I don't mind the grit. It's like a pear really.

 

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