Annona squamosa, commonly known as Custard Apple is an attractive, slow-growing deciduous small tree with a rounded or spreading, open crown. The tree popular for its edible fruit is widely cultivated in tropical and sub-tropical areas.
Height : It reaches a height of 3 – 6 m.
Light : Prefers full sun or partial shade.
Humidity : Requires moderate humidity.
Uses : The plant is used for ornamental purpose, it should be planted in a location that is sheltered from the wind.