Size: 3 Gallon
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Pineapple guava is a fruit-bearing, slow-growing evergreen shrub that can grow up to 18 feet tall and may rarely exceed this height. The white, edible petals grow 1 to 2 inches wide and bloom in May. The actual fruit from this shrub is called feijoa and ripens five to six months after the flowers have bloomed; they are shaped like an oval and are 3 inches long with a minty pineapple flavor. This cold-hardy plant can grow in areas as far north as middle Georgia and anywhere farther south.
Plant the shrub in slightly acidic soil that is rich and well drained. Pineapple guava can grow in a variety of soil types, including those with an alkaline pH level, but the plant does best in acidic soil. Make sure the location of the shrub has full sun exposure or only partial shade; the more sun exposure, the more fruit is grown.
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