A variety from West Los Angeles developed in 1945. Chaffey produces a vigorous tree that can bear large harvests of fruit (even though the fruit itself is somewhat small). Chaffey boasts a bright sweet lemony flavor perfect for eating out of hand.
In 1986 Rudy Haluza of Villa Park California developed one of the best Cherimoyas available. El Bumpo was named because the medium sized fruit had extra-large “bumps”. The skin is very thin & is almost edible; the flesh has an exquisite flavor & soft creamy texture.
Developed in Orange County California in the 1930’s. This variety has medium to large sized fruits with a yellowish green skin. This variety is best for making drinks as it has extremely juicy almost gelatinous flesh with a sweet syrupy flavor.