White Sapote 'Suebelle'
Suebelle is part of the Casimiroa genus and is a White Sapote variety. Its scientific name is Casimiroa edulis 'Suebelle'.
Origin Encinitas, Calif., Susan Hubbell, 1931. Syn. Hubbell. The best known cv of sapote, still not surpassed in performance by others; common in nurseries. A distinct cv., Neysa was commonly sold as Suebelle from 1955-65. True Suebelle fruit is variable in size, usually small, yellow, asymmetrical, sweet. Pick when soft. Bears nearly year-round. Tree medium, for home culture.
(source: CRFG Fruit Facts, http://www.crfg.org/pubs/ff/whitesapote.html)
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How to grow White Sapote 'Suebelle'
Growing Suebelle from seed
White Sapote 'Suebelle' information
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The latin ‘edulis’ means “edible”.1