The Pineapple Guava can be planted as an ornamental or, if you’re adventurous and live in a mild area, an edible crop. It’s hardy enough to survive in most sheltered spots, but it does need heat to produce its delicious fruits. In any case, it’s a very exotic evergreen plant, particularly when in flower.
We also offer F. sel. Triumph, which is said to be early cropping; it requires a pollinator to produce fruit.
2m.+ Brazil * or **