This is a great little Tropical Guava fruit that tastes very sweet, with quite a delicious pear/apple nature to it.
A shrub or small tree usually growing 1-6m tall, but occasionally reaching up to 10m in height. Easily grown in large pots. Abundant fruiters.
Flowering occurs mostly during spring and summer (i.e. from September to February). The fruit is either rounded (i.e. globose), egg-shaped (i.e. ovoid) or pear-shaped (i.e. pyriform) and turns from green to yellowish in colour as it matures.
To propagate the seeds, soak them in warm water for 3-4 hours. Prepare a pot filled with seed starting mix, and sprinkle seeds in it. Now put the pot on a warm, well-lit spot, like a windowsill.
10 seeds per packet
NOT TO WA OR TAS