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The fruit of the soursop has a spiny outer skin with a soft, heavily seed-laden pulped interior. Each of these cauliflorous fruit may attain over a foot in length and, when ripe, the soft pulp is used in ice creams and sherbets.



  • Sirsak Ratu (Zones 9-11)

Plant soursop in a sunny location with well-drained, sandy soil with a pH of 5-6.5. Soursop trees should be irrigated regularly to prevent stress. When the weather turns cool in the winter, reduce water intake.


Soursop Smoothie



16 ounces soursop pulp

1 cup fresh pineapple, cubed

2 cups fresh​ coconut, cubed

4 leaves of spinach

1 thumb-sized piece of fresh​ ginger, peeled

Optional: water or coconut milk (to thin smoothie)



1. Put the soursop pulp, cubed coconut, cubed pineapple, leafy greens, + peeled ginger into a blender.

2. Pulse until everything has blended together.

3. If you’d prefer a thinner smoothie, feel free to add water or coconut milk, a bit at a time, until you reach your desired thickness