Wooly Sapote grafted, exquisite flavor and very productive
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Description: Almost identical to the white sapote in growth and climatic requirements, the wooly-leaved sapote may be a subspecies of Casimiroa edulis. The main difference between the plants is in appearance, the wooly-leaved sapote having a dense, white, furry underside to its leaves. It is a medium to large tree which can grow up to 50+ feet high. The small flowers are formed in large groups and may occur off and on a few times per year, with fruit ripening 6-8 months later. There are green skinned varieties, yellow skinned varieties, and many in between. Pick fruits as they begin to soften, but do not wait too long as fallen fruits tend to smash when they drop due to their soft flesh. Mature trees can produce hundreds of pounds of fruit every year. See also white sapote.
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