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Saturday, 30 July 2011 10:27

Custard Apple

The custard apple is a large sub tropical deciduous tree reaching 10m in height and has a large spreading canopy that is shaded with large, green drooping leaves. The tree displays yellow trumpet shaped flowers that emit a pleasant sweet smell, with only a small number of flowers setting fruit. The fruits are variable in shape with the outer being covered in rounded knobs, with the inside containing a custard like flesh.

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