Tuesday, May 17, 2016

How to Grow Cherimoya from seed

Learn how to grow Cherimoya from seed.


4 comments:

  1. Very interesting! I'm in Seattle too. I got my cherimoya seedlings to start, but I'm wondering when they can go outside and when I'd have to take them back in. Right now they are in a sunny window with just four leaves apiece (so they are still baby cherimoyas).

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  2. You can move them outside now keep them in the shade away and covered from rain for a few weeks. They dont like wet feet. Then you slowly move them to full sun. I bring mine inside in october.

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  3. I wanted to update you! My cherimoya is now about 12 inches tall and thriving. Thank you so much for your advice.

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  4. i have one in a container i didnt have room to bring in
    and it hit 20F in January (new Orleans record cold)
    it actually came back from the roots.
    i was amazed at hot many plants did.

    even a moringa came back... (i attribute that to the fact that its roots were intertwined with a autumn olive which is cold hardy)
    about 7 guava came back from roots, as did grumichama, jaboticaba, white sapote
    jackfruit died, as did the baobob and black sapote.

    cherry of the Rio grand didnt even loose a leaf.
    mulberry and figs were all fine too.

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