Growing and Caring for Pink Guava Trees

Guava is a tropical and subtropical plant native to southern Mexico. In the United States, it is grown primarily in Florida, Hawaii, southern California, and parts of Texas. With protection, it can be grown in USDA Zones 8b and 9.

This delicious fruit grows on a bush or small tree with a single or multi-stemmed trunk. It has mottled green bark and serrated leaves 3 to 7 inches long that sit atop a short, wide canopy.

The white flowers produce oval or pear-shaped fruits 2 to 5 inches in size. The flavor and color of the fruit differ depending on the variety, although the pink guava is very tasty and sweet.

Guava is one of the easiest and lowest-maintenance fruit trees you can grow in a region with mild winters. Learn how to grow it in this video.

We hope you enjoy this video about Growing Pink Guava:

Source: Wendi Phan

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