Annona Jahnii Fruit Plant (Annona Jahnii)
Common Name: Annona Jahnii
Botanical Name: Annona Jahnii
Origin: Native to Brazil, Colombia, and Venezuela
General Information: Tree reaching 4-6 meters in height.
Membranous, oval to oblong leaves (12.5-18 by 7-10 centimeters) with tapering points.
Fruit covered in pyramid-shaped bumps arranged in a spiral pattern and dense rust-colored hairs. Edible pulp with a sweet and pleasant flavor.
Rich in vitamins, including 19.2mg of Vitamin C (ascorbic acid), known for boosting the immune system.
Contains B vitamins such as B-6 and Thiamin, supporting energy production and brain health.
Bloom Time/Fruiting: 3 to 4 Years
Maintenance Required: Moderate
Summary: Annona Jahnii is a charming species of plant in the Annonaceae family, native to Brazil, Colombia, and Venezuela. This tree, named after Venezuelan scientist Alfredo Jahn by botanist William Edwin Safford, stands at a height of 4-6 meters. It features oval to oblong leaves and distinctive fruits covered in pyramid-shaped bumps and rust-colored hairs, with an edible pulp boasting a sweet and pleasant flavor. Beyond its visual appeal, Annona Jahnii offers nutritional benefits, providing a notable amount of Vitamin C for immune support and B-vitamins contributing to energy production and brain health. When cultivated, this plant typically blooms and fruits within 3 to 4 years, requiring a moderate level of maintenance for optimal growth.