Cherimoya is BACK in season 😍
Our favorite cherimoya variety is ready to harvest!
When ripe, it will be soft all over. Keep a careful eye on the fruit once you receive it, because they ripen quickly and don't last long.
Once ripe, they can be refrigerated, but do not let it get too cold while unripe.
The flavor of this fruit is like a pineapple and banana flavored custard.
It's a limited crop this year, so don't miss out.
Cherimoya is native to Ecuador, Peru, Colombia, and Bolivia. It will only produce fruit in growing zone 10 because the plant needs a warm environment, but also cold winter temperatures to fruit.
It will not set fruit without 50 to 100 or so hours below 43 degrees but above 25 degrees. The tree will suffer damage at temperatures below 25 degrees.
Atemoya season is also starting. If you love annonas, now is a great time to subscribe and save 20% on atemoya.
What’s in Season:
Tamarillo (tree tomato)
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