Can I grow soursop in Texas?
In this regard, how long does it take for a soursop tree to bear fruit?
Soursop trees have a naturally slow growth rate, but they grow significantly faster under cultivation. If provided with proper care and a suitable planting site, soursop trees will reach a mature height of 15 to 20 feet in roughly six years and will bear fruit in three to five.
Secondly, how do you grow a soursop tree? Plant the seeds in peat pots filled with potting soil, less than 30 days after harvesting. Keep the soil moist to the touch. Soursop seeds germinate in 15 to 30 days if viable. Prepare a sunny, south-facing spot with wind protection in the garden and rake 2 inches of compost into the soil.
In respect to this, where do soursop trees grow?
Soursop is a small tree, commonly found in South America and Africa. It grows in regions where there is humid and warm climate.
How do you grow soursop in Nigeria?
Unlike most fruit trees, this one is usually grown from seed. If you want to try that, take the seeds directly from a soursop fruit, soak them in warm water overnight, and plant them 1/2 inch deep in sterile seed-starting mix. Keep the mix damp and they should germinate in two weeks to a month.