It originates in South America and is known as Brazilian guava or Feijoa.
It is one of the top plants in pots, as it grows rich and forms beautiful, large flowers of 3 cm in large quantities.
The flowers are white with many red stamens like small brushes.
The petals have a sweet taste.
The flavor of the fruit is stunning.
Delicious fruits are also very suitable for making jam.
The plant is easy to grow, withstand the winds.
It can reach 2.50m.
It thrives better on poor and sandy soils. It takes water when the soil is dry. The requirement for nutrients is not too high.
It survives at temperatures up to -8 ° C.
Seeds are easy to germinate. So let the seeds enjoy the water all night and then place them 0.5 to 1 cm deep into a liquid, but not a wet, growth substrate. At 20 ° to 25 ° C the plants show after 2 to 6 weeks.