Other Names: Goldenleaf tree, caimito
Native to: Carribean and Central America
Fruit: There are two varieties of star apple. Both are 2-in" long. One has purple skin and pulp. The other has green skin and white pulp.
Size: The tree grows 25-100' tall.
Hardiness: The star apple is quite tropical and only grows well in southern Florida and on the Florida Keys, and Hawaii
Propagation: Seeds, grafting, budding
Uses: Star apples are eaten fresh or used in drinks, salads and desserts.