wondering if I should add cherimoya
Recently, I've started seedlings for yellow tamarillo, sugar apple, jujube, purple passionfruit, peruvian apple cactus, banana yucca, and hoconoiste (another spineless cactus fruit.) All of these will produce fruit from seed in three years, I've read (of course, the tamarillo much sooner--I also have four red tamarillo trees in the ground right now, as well as chinese bananas, and some avocado trees.)
I may purchase a nectarine tree, but I'm wondering if I shouldn't also plant cherimoya seeds; I'm in Hawaii's dry uplands (3600 ft) and it seems that sugar apple, with it's drought preference would be just as likely to thrive as cherimoya with it's affection for slightly cooler weather, and I like to have a 'control' to compare results for my plant experiments.
All I've found at local markets recently (from the family) is soursop. Would anyone here be able to send me some seeds?--I have a trade list in my profile.