Common Name: Custard Apple, Botanical Name: Annona squamosa. The custard apple tree is a small tree of height 3-8 metres. The ripe fruits are filled with edible juicy pulp surrounding the seeds. Custard apple starts bearing fruits from the fourth year of planting. It yields fruits during August to November. The plant will be packed with utmost care to avoid drying during shipping. However, we can not guarantee the survival of the plant.