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Pond apple fruit Plants (Annona Glabra)

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Plant Type

Common Name: Alligator Apples.

Botanical Name: Annona Glabra.

Geographical Range: Pond Apple is an evergreen tree that can be found in coastal regions of tropical and subtropical South and Central America, Florida, and the West Indies.

Fruit Description:

Pond Apple fruits are best to eat when fully ripe and soft.

They have a strong smell, resembling a unique flavor with a hint of menthol.

The fruit is highly fragrant and has a slightly sweet taste.

The fruit can be eaten raw or used to make jellies or drinks.

Medicinal Benefits:

The juice of Pond Apple fruit is believed to be effective in treating rheumatism and various skin diseases.

The bark contains triterpenes, which have anti-inflammatory properties.

The leaves are used to treat diarrhea and colic.

Cultivation Details:

Blooming Time/Fruiting: 3-4 Years.

Maintenance Required: Moderate.

Planting and Care

Pond Apple is best planted as a large shrub or small tree in wet areas where little else would thrive. A soil that is acidic or neutral is nicely suited for Pond Apple.

Special Feature

Prevents certain cancers, increases heart health, improves digestion, prevents the onset of diabetes, builds strong bones, and is an effective supplement to metabolic efficiency in the body.


The edible fruit is harvested from the wild and used locally. The fruit is eaten raw or made into jellies or drinks.