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Can you grow Soursop/Guanabana in California

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AnnonaMangoLord45:


Is this a good Soursop Tree?

gozp:
It depends where you are in California.
And yes your guanabana/ soursop tree looks awesome.

miracle:
AnnonaMangoLord45, you can grow them. It will have flowers but will have fruits or not ...nobody knows yet in Southern California... try it... you might be the first one.
Most people I asked, their trees are small... around three or four years ....have some flowers

BrianL:
I doubt it except in the most absolutely warmest locations.  Probably slightly interior Orange County and maybe some of LA county might be worth trying, but keep in mind min temperature during a century freeze, etc. . .

JF:

--- Quote from: BrianL on October 27, 2015, 07:58:09 PM ---I doubt it except in the most absolutely warmest locations.  Probably slightly interior Orange County and maybe some of LA county might be worth trying, but keep in mind min temperature during a century freeze, etc. . .

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I agree with Brian. Coastal Orange County, San Diego and interior Orange County with coastal influence. Guanabanas take 50's- low 40's temps well but can not handle much lower for the duration of winter months. 

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