Growing Guava Plants From One Fruit

Guava (Psidium guajava) is native to Central and South America. While the tree itself is reasonably attractive, it is grown primarily for its delicious fruit.

If you are interested in learning how to grow guava with a different cutting method, you have come to the right place.

Guavas can be easily grown from seed, though of course, it may take some time for your plant to start bearing fruit of its own.

The sowing time is in spring, although you can also do it in summer.

Like many thick-skinned seeds, guavas tend to germinate more successfully when soaked in warm water before sowing.

In this video, you will learn a simple method to grow guavas from a single fruit! If you want to start tasting these delicious fruits today, we invite you to watch the tutorial below!

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Source: Nick Pileggi

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