This little evergreen gem can be a shrub, tree, or espalier based on pruning. The typical height and spread are around 10 to 15 feet. Small, tasty fruits arrive in late summer or early fall and are described as having a “fruity-sweet-with-a-little-tang flavor”. This Guava also does well as a patio plant in a container and can survive indoors over the winter with bright light.
NOTE: The edible flowers taste like marshmallows and can be eaten like candy!
SUNLIGHT: Full sun
DROUGHT TOLERANCE: Tolerant once established in Florida.
HARDINESS ZONE: 8+
We currently do not ship internationally or to the states of: AZ, CA, OR, WA, UT or LA.
Florida Registered Nursery #48024522
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