Pineapple Guava, Acca Feijoa Sellowiana, Evergreen, Shrub, (State Restrictions Apply)

USDA Prohibits Shipping Live Plants to: AZ, CA, AK, or HI. If you reside in one of the states listed, your order will be cancelled. Decorative container (shown in photo) is sold separately. Native to the subtropical regions of Uruguay, Paraguay, Argentina and Brazil, the Pineapple Guava (Feijoa Sellowiana) is a large evergreen shrub that can be grown for fruit or as an ornamental. The foliage of this fruit-bearing beauty includes leathery, egg-shaped dark olive colored leaves with dense silver hairs on the lower portion and flowers appearing in the spring and summer months. The flowers of the Pineapple Guava are edible with red to purple stamens and a rusty rose-colored inside. The Pineapple Guavas fruit is oval or pear-shaped and typically a glossy green with an occasional pink hue and is best left to mature on the plant. This shrub is very resilient and tolerant of many different soil types as long as it is well-drained. Pineapple Guava Key Points Large evergreen shrub Leathery, oval to egg-shaped leaves with dense silver hairs on the lower portions Fruit is oval to pear-shaped with a bright green skin has occasional pink hue Edible, fleshy flowers bloom in spring and summer Prefers well-draining soil Fruit and flower production performs best in full sun Temperature tolerant, prefers cool nights GROWTH & CARE: Growing Zone: 7 - 10 What's my zone: USDA Hardiness Zone Finder Light Needs: Partial Sun / Partial Sun / Partial Shade Watering Needs: Average Watering Blooms: Spring and Summer Botanical: Feijoa Sellowiana Plant Directions: Sent with order

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