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Brazilian Guava Seeds (Psidium guineense)

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Brazilian Guava Seeds (Psidium guineense)

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Common names include Brazilian guava, Castilian guava, sour guava, Guinea guava (English language), Goyavier du Brésil (French language), brasiliaanse koejawel (Afrikaans), Stachelbeerguave (German language), chobo,

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Brazilian Guava Seeds (Psidium guineense)

Price for Package of 5 seeds.

Common names include Brazilian guava, Castilian guava, sour guava, Guinea guava (English language), Goyavier du Brésil (French language), brasiliaanse koejawel (Afrikaans), Stachelbeerguave (German language), chobo, diondan (Bolivia), guayabillo de tierra fria (El Salvador), araçá do campo, aracahy (Brazil), guayaba brava, sacha guayaba (Peru), allpa guayaba (Ecuador), guayaba agria (Venezuela, Mexico), guayaba acida, chamach, pichippul (Guatemala), guísaro (Costa Rica), and guayabita de sabana (Panama).

This plant is native to the Americas, where its natural range extends from Mexico to Argentina and includes parts of the Caribbean. It has been widely introduced outside of this range, and it is cultivated in some places. It is naturalized in parts of India.

The plant grows best on sunny sites with moist, fertile soils, but it is tolerant of a wide range of conditions and can grow in disturbed areas and in bad soils. It does not tolerate salinity or flooded substrates. In Brazil, it is most common in coastal areas.

This plant can be a shrub 1 to 3 meters tall or a tree reaching 7 meters. The bark and foliage are grayish. The leaves are up to 14 centimeters long by 8 wide. The stiff, oval-shaped blades sometimes have toothed edges. The undersides are very glandular and are coated in pale or reddish hairs. Flowers grow in the leaf axils, singly or in clusters of up to 3. The flower has a white corolla and many stamens. It is fragrant. The fruit is firm, tasty, aromatic, sweet, juicy, rounded, and up to 2.5 centimeters wide. It has yellow skin, a yellow outer pulp, and whitish inner pulp containing many seeds. It can be eaten fresh or made into jams, drinks, or desserts.

It makes a lovely and robust ornamental and fruit tree for tropical climates.

It can be grown in a flower pot!

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Handpicked seeds ?
Handpicked seeds
Organic Seeds ?
Organic Seeds
Organic/natural ?
Organic/Natural: Yes
Edible ?
Edible
Pretreatment of sowing ?
Soak in water before sowing 12-24 h
Sowing depth ?
Sowing depth 3 mm
Life Cycle:
Perennial plant : Yes
Suitable for growing in flower pot ?
Suitable for pot: Yes
Origin of seeds ?
Origin of Seeds: India
Seeds Gallery recommend this plant ?
Seeds Gallery recommend this plant!
Evergreen ?
Evergreen: Yes
Sun Exposure ?
Light shade when young
Tree Appearance ?
Ornamental Value: Pretty
Shrub
Small Tree
Growth Rate ?
Medium Growth Rate
Type:
Fruit Seeds
Planting Time?
Planting Time: Spring, Sumer, Autumn, Winter, Whole year-round
Indoor/Outdoor?
Indoor/Outdoor: Indoor & Outdoor
Soil Type?
Soil Type: Appropriate soil
Watering?
Watering: Medium
Cultivating Difficulty?
Cultivating Difficulty: Medium

USDA Hardiness zone

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