Pineapple Guava Bundle
Ensure cross pollination of your pineapple guavas by ordering our pineapple guava bundle! Four of our Pineapple Guava plants will ensure that you have sufficient cross pollination between your plants and get great crops of this delicious and unique fruit.
1 x Anatoki™ Pineapple Guava– Prized for its abundant crops of large, very sweet and flavorful fruit, Anatoki™ is an early ripening selection. A great variety for the Pacific Northwest and other regions with mild winters, Anatoki™ is also an attractive, evergreen shrub with abundant, striking flowers.
1 x Kakariki™ Pineapple Guava – A great variety for cooler regions, this new and unique variety is exceptionally early ripening. Kakariki™ bears abundant crops of very large, sweet and flavorful fruit with thin, edible skin.
1 x Kaiteri™ Pineapple Guava – This remarkable, new early ripening variety features very large fruit, which can weigh more than ½ lb! Sweet and delicious, Kaiteri™ fruit also has thin, edible skin. Very productive and easy to grow, Kaiteri™ forms a beautiful, ornamental shrub.
1 x Takaka™ Pineapple Guava – This new, unique, self-fertile variety is prized for its very early ripening, sweet and flavorful fruit. From the breeding work of Nigel Ritson in Golden Bay, New Zealand, Takaka™ bears abundant crops of large, light green fruit with thin, edible skin.
You deserve to have this hardy, exotic and beautiful evergreen shrub on your patio or in your yard. Pineapple Guava features dark, glossy green foliage with a whitish-silver cast underneath and striking flowers, crimson red in the center with sweet and tasty pink petals. Some compare the flavor to cotton candy. Following the flowers are dark green, apricot size or larger fruit with the flavors of mint and pineapple. Naturally compact, Pineapple Guava is also one the most drought resistant plants we know of.
Your Pineapple Guava Bundle would like at least half day to full sun and well-drained soil. Some varieties are self-fertile while other need another variety or seedling for cross-pollination. Pineapple Guava is hardy to 5 degrees F or below (USDA Zone 7) and grows to 6 ft. in height at maturity. It blooms in July and the fruit ripens in November. Pineapple Guava is not bothered by pest or diseases.