Other Names: Bullock's Heart. The name custard apple is used for several related fruits. Relatives include the cherimoya, atemoya, soursop and sweetsop.
Native to: Caribbean region
Fruit: The brown or red fruits are 3-5" long and contain many seeds. The flavor is usually not considered as good as its relatives.
Size: The custard apple tree grows to 20-35' tall.
Hardiness: Zones 10-11
Propagation: Often seeds. Also air layering and grafting.
Uses: The custard apple is eaten fresh.