Graviola de montaña, sweet (Annona montana)

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Guanabana do Tupi Annona, a variety of Annona montana renowned for its flavor. With its indigenous name translating to “large riverside fruit,” this species boasts a juicy, luscious experience. Endemic to parts of Bahia, Brazil, and differentiated by botanists like Martius, this species thrives across diverse environments from flooded to dry conditions, offering a lush canopy of deep green leaves and large, triangular flowers. The true treasure lies in its aromatic, thick, and sweet pulp, making it perfect for fresh consumption or incorporation into various desserts. With only a few seeds remaining, seize the opportunity to cultivate this rare gem and experience its unparalleled flavor before it’s too late.

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Introducing an Exceptionally Rare and Delectable Variety – The Guanabana do Tupi

This remarkable Annona montana variety, known as the “Guanabana do Tupi” or “Fruta grande da beira dos rios,” boasts a flavor that surpasses even the most renowned soursop varieties. Its indigenous name translates to “large riverside fruit” or “large fruit with watery pulp,” hinting at the juicy, luscious experience that awaits.

With only 12 precious seeds available, this is an opportunity to acquire a true rarity in the world of exotic fruits. The Guanabana do Tupi is a distinct species, endemic to parts of Bahia, Brazil, and should not be classified merely as a variety of Annona montana, according to botanists like the illustrious Martius.

Originating from the Amazon rainforest, this species thrives along river banks and in secondary forests across Brazil, Central America, Cuba, Guatemala, Suriname, Venezuela, Ecuador, and as far as southern Peru. Its unique adaptations allow it to flourish in diverse environments, from flooded to dry conditions, and at elevations ranging from sea level to 1,800 meters.

With its large, triangular, thick flowers blooming opposite the leaves or in clusters of 3 to 5 along the stem, the Guanabana do Tupi is a true spectacle. Its oblong, leathery leaves, measuring 10 to 20 cm in length and 3.5 to 5.3 cm in width, provide a lush canopy of deep green hues.

But the true treasure lies in its fruit, with a pulp so aromatic, thick, and sweet that it surpasses the flavors of even the finest soursops. Whether consumed fresh, blended into smoothies, or incorporated into desserts like ice creams, puddings, cookies, and cakes, this fruit promises an unforgettable taste experience.

Don’t miss your chance to cultivate this extraordinary variety in your own orchard or reforestation project. With only 12 seeds remaining, the opportunity to savor the unparalleled flavor of the Guanabana do Tupi may not come again soon.

Act now and secure your place among the fortunate few to possess this rare gem from the heart of the Amazon rainforest.


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