Pineapple Guava Seedling
Seedling pineapple guavas make great pollenizers for other pineapple guava varieties and are always genetically unique. Plant a hedge of them and you just might find the next great pineapple guava variety!
A beautiful plant with spectacular flowers and tasty fruit, you can plant several Pineapple Guava Seedling shrubs to make an attractive, evergreen hedge. To ensure fruit set, plant at least two pineapple guava seedlings for cross-pollination. Pineapple Guava Seedling are perfect to plant with other non self-fertile Pineapple Guavas.
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.
Pineapple Guava likes 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 8-12 ft. in height at maturity. It blooms in July and the fruit ripens in November. Pineapple Guava is not bothered by pest or diseases.
Latin Name: Feijoa sellowiana
Site and Soil: Pineapple Guava likes full to 1/2 day sun and well-drained soil.
Rootstock Description: On its own roots
Pollination Requirements: To insure good crops, plant at least two seedlings for cross-pollination.
Hardiness: Hardy to 5° F
Bearing Age: 3-4 years after planting
Size at Maturity: 8-12 ft. in height
Taste: May vary, typically sweet
Fruit Skin: Dark green
Flower Color: Light pink
Bloom Time: July
Ripening Time: November
Yield: 5-10 lbs.
Pests & Diseases: Pineapple Guava is not bothered by pests or diseases.
USDA Zone: 7-10