Pineapple Guava

Introducing our Potted Pineapple Guava Plant – the perfect fusion of beauty and flavor for your garden or patio! This evergreen marvel has soft, silvery green leaves, and is ideal for warm winter regions in the US, although fruit will only ripen in regions of the US with warm winters. 

What sets this plant apart is its delectable harvest. In spring, large striking pink flower petals emerge, and get this- they are edible. The taste is often described as a delightful blend of cinnamon cotton candy. As the season progresses, 2-inch-long, silvery fruits develop, offering a tantalizing medley of pineapple, banana, and strawberry flavors.

Versatile and self-fertile, this Pineapple Guava adapts seamlessly to potted growth, reaching a manageable 4 feet in height. When autumn arrives, bring the plant indoors to ensure the fruit continues to ripen, providing you with a homegrown, flavor-packed treat.








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Growing in Less Ideal Climates

While the region indicated on the map above specifies where alpine strawberries grow best, the virtue of growing plants in pots is that, with a little elbow grease, you can create your own environment. These are our tips for anyone attempting to grow alpine strawberries in other climates.

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