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1. The Clayton Farm #ad
Pineapple Guava Seeds, 20 Seeds #adThe Clayton Farm #ad
- Pineapple guava 鳳梨芭樂 - 20 Seeds. Packed in 3 x 4 inch sealable bag. Packet contains 20 seeds hand-packed with care.
2. ROBsRAREandGIANTseeds #ad
1080-Guava Dwarf Pineapple/Strawberry Psidium guajava x. Seeds by Robsrareandgiantseeds UPC0764425786672 Non-GMO,Organic,Historic Plants,1080 Package of 7 Seeds #adROBsRAREandGIANTseeds #ad
- Commonly known as cattley guava, Pineapple/strawberry guava or cherry guava, is a small tree in the Myrtaceae family. Br>. The whole fruit can be eaten as both the thin skin and juicy interior are soft and tasty.
The species is named in honour of English horticulturist William Cattley. Pineapple/strawberry guava tastes like passion fruit mixed with Pineapple/strawberry. Br>. The pineapple/strawberry guava is an attractive, usually eaten fresh or used to flavor beverages, drought-tolerant tree.
Unique and eatable, the seeds are small and white in colour and can be roasted as a substitute for coffee-Its leaves may be brewed for tea. Br>. It can also be used to make jam, . It produces abundant amounts of fruit throughout the year. Blossoms are white and very fragrant, ice creams, carefree, and desserts. Br>.
3. Natures Garden Nursery #ad
Pineapple Guava, Cold Hardy Edible, Feijoa sellowiana, Live Plant #adNatures Garden Nursery #ad
- Be sure that you're purchasing from llc marketing, Info in this listing applies to items purchased and shipped from LLC Marketing, Nursery registration number: A1469.
Deliscious Edible Fruit. Live plants are shipped in 3" pots and are 1' to 2' feet Tall. Winter hardy to USDA Zones 8-10 Easily grown in average, well-drained soils.
4. Generic #ad
Feijoa Sellowana Hardy Pineapple Guava Trẹẹ 5 SẸẸDS #adGeneric #ad
- They would make excellent additions to your rare plant collection, or just make a unique statement in your yard. These seeds are from a plant that has been growing in zone 7, so the resulting seedlings should yield some good hardiness. It is a beautiful small tree to 18 feet from South America that gets purple flowers with red stamens, edible fruits with a pineapple like taste, and great green foliage.
Up for bid are seeds of the Hardy Pineapple Guava. These beautiful plants grow best in full sun to part shade, and they are hardy to zone 7a or possibly colder with good protection.
5. Florida Foliage #ad
3 Live 4 Inch Plants, Pineapple Guava Plant, Feijoa Sellowiana, Edible Flowers and Fruit #adFlorida Foliage #ad
- Grown, edible flowers, and tropical fruit! fleshy white flower petals have showy red accents, and easy to grow with an upright branching form, contrasting nicely with the gray-green foliage. Once established, except to maintain desired shape.
Easily trained as espalier, a hedge, packaged and shipped exclusively by Florida Foliage. Feed with a slow-release fertilizer before new growth begins in spring. Pruning time: spring; no pruning is needed, well-drained soils.
Evergreen. Plant as a background or specimen for the flowers. In warm climates use as a fruit tree in orchards. Multiple, easy to grow landscape addition, hedge or small specimen tree.
Grows easily in average to rich, reduce frequency; tolerates mild drought. Tasty guava-like fruit ripens in late fall. Excellent screen or single specimen plant. The coloring of this foliage complements western natives that have very pale, gray or hairy foliage. Evokes either a mediterranean or tropical character in gardens. Tasty guava-like fruit ripens in late fall.
6. Seedville #ad
10 PINEAPPLE GUAVA Fruit Brazilian or Fig Guava Flower Pink Red Tree Shrub Seeds #adSeedville #ad
- Light: sun - part shade // water: average // color: white, Pink, & Red Flowers / Green Fruit with White Flesh. Plant height: 8 - 10' // plant spacing: 4 - 6'. Free shipping on any additional products from our store !!! names: pineapple guava / brazilian guava / feijoa / guavasteen / Fig Guava // SCIENTIFIC NAME: Feijoa Sellowiana.
Hardiness zone: 8 - 10 // bloom time: flowers late spring - Early Summer // HARVEST: Fall Fruit.
7. Florida Foliage #ad
Pineapple Guava, 3 Live Plants, Edible Fruit and Flowering Foliage, Feijoa Sellowiana #adFlorida Foliage #ad
- Evergreen. The coloring of this foliage complements western natives that have very pale, gray or hairy foliage. Tasty guava-like fruit ripens in late fall. Grows easily in average to rich, reduce frequency; tolerates mild drought. Easily trained as espalier, or a small specimen tree for landscape or container.
Follow a regular watering schedule during the first growing season to establish a deep, extensive root system. Water deeply, except to maintain desired shape. Feed with a general purpose fertilizer before new growth begins in spring.
Excellent screen or single specimen plant. For a tidy, neat appearance, shear annually to shape. A versatile, contrasting nicely with the gray green foliage. Plant as a background or specimen for the flowers. Evokes either a mediterranean or tropical character in gardens.
In warm climates use as a fruit tree in orchards. Feed with a slow-release fertilizer before new growth begins in spring. Pruning time: spring; no pruning is needed, regularly during the first growing season to establish an extensive root system. Multiple, upright branching form is easily trained as espalier, yielding edible flowers and tropical fruit! Fleshy white flower petals have showy red accents, easy to grow landscape addition, hedge or small specimen tree.
8. PAPCOOL #ad
PAPCOOL Pineapple Guava Trẹẹ – Feijoa Plạnt Lịve for Plạnting Outdoor – Guava Trẹẹ Lịve Plạnt #adPAPCOOL #ad
- Sugary pink petals are pulled back and down over the stem allowing rose red stamens with gold tips to fan out. Pineapple guava is a handsome shrub with thick, oval, silvery-green foliage.
They have a fruity-sweet-with-a-little-tang flavor. It’s a substantial plant that can be pruned into tree form or double as a boundary hedge.
The fruit will show up in the fall and is ripe when they drop off of the shrub. Those fabulous flowers are completely edible. In the spring the flowers arrive and put on a pretty fabulous show. You can eat them right off the plant, add them to iced tea, toss them into a salad, or make jelly.