These Guavas are hardy & adaptable evergreen shrubs or small trees. Small fruits are very juicy & flavorful. The fruit are produced over a long season August through December.
The hardiest to cold. Pineapple Guavas make excellent large shrubs or small trees with attractive flowers, foliage, & bark. The fruit is plentiful & tangy making excellent jellies, the flowers are also edible.
Developed on Oahu, Hawaii this Guava produces fruit prefect for juicing. Beaumont is a vigorous plant producing medium sized (8oz) fruits with pink sweet juicy flesh. The trees are productive bearing fruit fall through winter.
Producing large (up to a pound) white fleshed & green skinned fruit are extremely sweet & choice. The fruit can be eaten unripe & has very aromatic flesh. These Guavas are tough & vigorous producing fruit September through December.
One of the best Guavas around. This Mexican variety boasts fruit with a fine sweet spicy flavor. The 8 oz fruit have cream colored flesh & fragrant yellow skin. The trees produce clusters of fruit during the fall & winter.
This is a unique variety of Tropical Guava that boats beautiful red tinged foliage with red fruit & bright pink flowers. This Guava is attractive enough to be grown as an ornamental. Tasty fruits ripen September through December.
Underappreciated this variety has an interesting flavor & texture. Bearing delicious cream skinned pink fleshed fruit that boast a mild flavor. This variety has flesh that can be eaten when still crisp. Fruit ripens in autumn.
From Florida, this popular large white Guava has fruit grow up to a pound. The flavor is excellent & the fruit can be eaten slightly unripe. White Indian Guavas produces fruit sporadically September through December.