Sugar Apple (Annona squamosa)

The sugar apple is a small semi-deciduous tree from tropical America.
The fruits, which are green, purple, or yellow skinned, look somewhat like a globe artichoke with many carpels which may separate when ripe.
The white, soft flesh surrounding many seeds within the aromatic fruit has a sweet pleasant flavor.
A seedless, green skinned variety from the Philippines is being propagated by grafting.