- PINEAPPLE GUAVA - a flowering plant species in the family of myrtle. Widely cultivated as a garden plant and fruiting tree. Commonly known as feijoa, pineapple guava and guavasteen, but this is an evergreen type of shrub and not a guava. The fruit of this tree matures in autumn season with a sweet and aromatic flavour that tastes like pineapple, apple and mint.
- GROWING PINEAPPLE GUAVA - This plant prefers growing in the areas which has warm-temperate but requires at least 50 hrs of winter chilling to be able to bear fruit. It is also winter tolerant, if your tree or vine is young you will notice a slow growth and development in its first or second year. Sensitive with to high wind. Tolerant with partial shade and regular watering will be needed when the frit season comes along.
- TAKING CARE OF PINEAPPLE GUAVA - Pineapple Guava is an easy growing plant and easy to care. When your tree or vine is mature enough, it can grow by its own and can tolerate droughness. Pests are not that visible to this plant unlike other, so you won't be hassle in spraying insectiside with this.
- PRUNING PINEAPPLE GUAVA TREE - You can maintain and shape your tree by what size our shape you frefer, you can do the pruning in late winter but it can be trimmed anytime. If your pineapple guava tree is left unprunned it can grown until 15 to 20 feet. But with right pruning you can keep it and maintain it as low as 3 or 4 feet. If your Pineapple Guava is a vining type, simply train it to climb as it grows.
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Package Dimensions: 6.0 x 5.0 x 4.0 inches
Publisher: 9Greenbox - Drop Ship
Release Date: 2016-10-29
Details: Pineapple Guava originated from the highlands of Southern Brazil, in some parts of Colombia, Uruguay, Paraguay and Northern Argentina. Pineapple Guava fruit provides a lot of health benefits such as aiding weight-loss, improving digestion lowering cholesterol levels and boosting the immune system it also includes Vitamins and Minerals that your body needs. The flower of this plant blooms in the late days of Spring are edible, the petals can be freshly eaten with a spicy taste while the fruit ripens in the late days of fall.