Custard apples are becoming more popular in Florida as we find cultivars that are prolific here and highly self pollinating.
Fruit shape varies quite a bit from one cultivar to the next: they may be round, heart-shaped or even oblong. 'Fernandez' and 'San Pablo' are the two most popularly cultivated for resale in South Florida.
San Pablo is one of the most prolific varieties, and the one we find easiest to obtain. It produces a bright red fruit on the outside, softer pink-red on the inside, and fruit is very large.