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Pineapple Guava

Hardy to 5°F, drought resistant, and very tough, this beautiful evergreen shrub should be planted more widely in our region. While not a true guava, it is a very exotic and unique plant. Pineapple Guava leaves are dark glossy green with a whitish-silver cast underneath. The flowers are very striking, crimson red in the center with bright pink petals. As an evergreen, it adds its beauty to your landscape year around. After appreciating Pineapple Guava's beauty, you can feast on its fruit (and its flowers!). Those bright pink petals are very sweet with a hint of cotton candy. Ripening in early November in our region, the dark green flavorful fruit has the tastes of mint and pineapple. While Pineapple Guava can grow to 6-8 ft. in height and as wide, even taller in very warm areas, it grows slowly and is easy to keep small if desired. Pineapple Guava is well suited to container growing and makes a beautiful patio plant, needing protection in only the coldest winters.

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Coolidge

Coolidge

One the best varieties for Northwest gardeners, this early-ripening, self-fertile variety bears good crops of very large, dark green, tasty fruit.
5950
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$ 29.95
Mammoth

Mammoth

As its name implies, this is a very large fruit, in fact the largest of all our varieties. Sweet and flavorful, Mammoth is also early ripening.
5965
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$ 29.95
Nikita™

Nikita™

We found this attractive variety at the Nikita Botanic Garden in Yalta, Ukraine. Among the earliest to ripen, it is prized for its tasty fruit and its compact growth habit.
5968
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$ 29.95
Pineapple Guava Seedling

Pineapple Guava Seedling

A beautiful plant with spectacular flowers and tasty fruit, you can plant several of these seedlings to make an attractive, evergreen hedge. To ensure fruit set, plant at least two for cross-pollination.
5975
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$ 16.95
Robert

Robert

A valuable, self-fertile, New Zealand variety, Robert is prized for its profuse flowers, large flavorful fruit, and compact growth habit.
5970
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$ 29.95
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