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Botanical Name: Psidium sp

Guava HawainThe Guava Tree is a sweet, fragrant tropical fruit ranges in size from a small egg size to that of a medium apple. To eat raw, guavas should be very ripe. They make excellent jams, preserves and sauces.  Guava trees are very attractive with blotchy patched bark in greens, browns and creams.  They have pretty fluffy flowers and are ornamental whether in fruit or flower.  Guavas are ideal for use as fruiting hedges, landscaping trees and as ornamental potted specimen trees where they will be happy to produce masses of fruit.  The strawberry guava is more suited to smaller gardens because of its compact growing habit. 

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Guava - Mexican Cream

Medium round fruit 50mm diameter. Skin light: yellow, slightly blushed with red. Flesh creamy white, thick, very sweet, fine-textured, excellent for dessert. Seed cavity small with relatively soft seeds. Tree upright.
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$14.90 49 Seedling Medium

$16.90 7 Seedling Small


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Guava - Brazilian

Pear-shaped fruit, with yellow skin, thick, pale-yellowish flesh surrounding the white central pulp, excellent strawberry-like flavor. It contains numerous small, hard seeds and is quite firm even when fully ripe.
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$12.90 37 Seedling Medium

$17.90 4 Seedling Small


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Guava Yellow Cherry

This is the mildest and probably the sweetest guava of all. Fruits are 3cm in diameter yellow skinned with a sweet, aromatic, creamy flesh and numerous small seeds. Begins bearing when less than 1 meter high. Prolific bearer.
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$17.90 15 Seedling Medium

$14.90 15 Seedling Small


strawberry guava By Yonygg [CC BY-SA 4.0  (], from Wikimedia Commons

Guava - Strawberry

This guava, native to Brazil, is a hardy shrub or small tree. It has a smooth trunk and dark green, shiny, egg-shaped aromatic leaves. Strawberry guava flowers are white with numerous stamens and red fruits which are about the size of a golf ball. The flesh is sweet and strawberry flavoured. Frost hardy.
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$14.90 22 Seedling Small


$14.90 14 Seedling Medium

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Guava Hawaiian

A seedling of the Hawaiian Supreme commercial variety. Fruit is large, yellow skinned and pink fleshed fruit. Very hardy prolific cropper. Can be eaten fresh or juiced. Responds well to pruning to keep compact.
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$14.90 13 Seedling Medium

$17.90 0 Seedling Small Email Me When Available In Production
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Guava Hawaiian - Pink Supreme

A selection of Hawaiian guava. The fruit is large, yellow skinned, with delicious, juicy, pink flesh. Very hardy, prolific cropper. Delicious eaten fresh or juiced. Pruned to keep compact, perfect for growing in pots and containers.
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$46.95 0 Cutting Large Email Me When Available In Production
$39.00 0 Grafted Large Email Me When Available Seeking Propagation Material
$79.00 0 Grafted XLarge Email Me When Available Seeking Propagation Material
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Guava - Thai White

Large greenish skinned Asian type with white flesh and few seeds. Mild flavour and very popular in Asian markets. Easy to grow in frost free climates, and can be a weed in some regions.
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$14.90 0 Seedling Medium Email Me When Available In Production
$17.90 0 Seedling Small Email Me When Available In Production
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Guava - Starlings White

A firm guava with crisp, clean white flesh that if not cross pollinated will produce fruit with less seeds that can be eaten fresh out of hand like an apple. Cross pollinated fruit will produce extremely small central cavities dotted sparsely with seeds. Fruits are large and heart shaped, green skinned and highly aromatic. Superior flavour to that of Thai varieties. A must have for those who tend to avoid guavas owing to high seed content.
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$24.90 0 Cutting Medium Email Me When Available In Production
$39.00 0 Cutting Large Email Me When Available In Production
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Guava - China Pear

White fleshed guava with exceptional flavour. Pear shaped large size. Trees are ornamental and can be pruned to size making them a versatile addition to small backyards.
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$17.90 0 Seedling Small Email Me When Available In Production
$12.90 0 Seedling Medium Email Me When Available In Production

Guava - Ruby Red

A cutting grown selection with bright red coloured flesh. Excellent quality fruit for eating fresh or juicing.
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Araçá Roxo Not exact variety By Chinaski1301 [Public domain], Cropped from Wikimedia Commons

Guava - Purple

A small, purple skinned guava with round fruits to 3-4cm. Fruits look a bit like the strawberry guava but have much darker, more purple skin. Pulp is translucent yellow, with an acidic flavour.
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$19.75 0 Seedling Medium Email Me When Available Seeking Propagation Material
$24.90 0 Seedling Large Email Me When Available Seeking Propagation Material

Para Guava

The acidic fruits of the para guava are delicious when made into drinks and desserts although they are too sour to be eaten out of hand for most of us. They are a medium sized fruit with translucent white-yellow flesh. Prefers a warm sub tropical location with high rainfall.
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$9.75 0 Seedling Medium Email Me When Available Seeking Propagation Material

Plant Information or Specifications

Max Height (when in the ground with good conditions)


Plants required to Pollinate

1 (Self Pollinating)
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Can it Handle Frosts?


Amount of leaves in Winter?

All Leaves (Evergreen)

Fruiting/Harvest Months

February, March, April, May, June, July


Customer Comments on Guava Tree

Tree Information on growing, planting, pruning, maintenance, ripening, taste, pick or bonsai tips. But mainly how to grow a Guava Tree Share Your Advice or ask questions on our Forum

Guava Hawaiin

Only 11 Months to fruit from first planting out | Rolf - Bankstown, NSW 16-Mar-2006

Guava Tree

The chewed on leaves are a good tonic for sufferers of golden staphloccii bugs | Daniel Martin Turl - Gowrie, A.C.T 15-Jul-2008

Guava Tree

I have a 5 year-old guava tree. It produces plenty of flowers but no fruit. Applied soluble potassium sulphate with no improvement. The tree and leaves are healthy and the tree is 2.5 m tall. What is the problem? Many thanks, Erika | Erika Haber - Salamander Bay-port Stephens, NSW 13-Nov-2008

Guava Tree

HELP !!! I have a full grown guava tree that bears abundance of fruit but are not edible. Looks like the fruit fly takes over and the fruit are full of little worms/maggot-like... What do I do to prevent this foreign invasion ? | Jane Lewis - Seven Hills , NSW 21-Dec-2008

Guava Tree

To JANE LEWIS-SEVEN HILLS : Put all fruit-fly infested fruit into a black plastic bag and put in the sun for a week or two.Or put in a container of water for a month or two or more.Read a library book by Louis Glowinski ' ...Fruit Growing in Australia'. | Rolflora - Ovahere, NSW 19-Jan-2009

Guava Tree

TO JANE LEWIS :It might also be a seedling guava and so might never have tasty fruit.Buy a daley guava.What is the colour and size of the fruit?Pick some early and ripen them in the kitchen.Post your question on the daley's forum. | Rolflora - Ovahere, NSW 19-Jan-2009

Guava Tree

I have a Guava Tree which about a year oldIts growth is progressing well However since about 10 days now the leaves are turning brown with rust coloured patches how do I stop this leaf problem? | Ronnie Bhabha - Kingsgrove, NSW 11-Apr-2009

Guava Tree

Have yellow + red strawbs - yummy. Indian (so-so) and hawiaain (v.good) Hawiaain dropped all its fruit b4 ripe whats wrong? | A.sunley - Geraldton, WA 10-May-2009

Guava Tree

Fruit fly: an orchard u should hangover a 5-7 plastic boxes with chemical in it at different locations...if u have further problem .. contact at, thx | Muhammad Asad Abbas - University Of Agriculture, Pakistan, PAK 31-May-2011

Guava Tree

India,s No-1 Fruit & Other Plants Supplier 12 Month All Type Plants/Saplings and seeds Available in NAFEES NURSERY | Nasfees Nursery & Exporter - Lucknow, U.P 15-Oct-2012

Guava Tree

Boil some leaves in water and add to a bath, the leaves have healing properties for psoriasis sufferers. My 3yr old sons skin clears up after a bath and looks normal, leaves Known to have potent anti-bacterial, anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory propertie | Avegail - West Pymble, 2073 21-Apr-2013

Guava Yellow Cherry

Feed with fruit tree food every 3 months. has big crops of fruit only after 6 months in ground. | Lynne Paterson - Birkdale Brisbane, QLD 24-May-2014
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Weed warning: The strawberry guava is a hardy small tree that prolifically bears small dark red guavas that self seed readily and are highly desired by birds and humans. They are hardy in full sun and will also grow quickly under the full canopy of a rainforest. They can be difficult to remove once established. Best grown under netting or covered with a mosquito net when in fruit. Some of the other guava species can also be found self seeded on the roadside/fencelines etc. and are become a concern in Nth NSW / Sth Qld coastal regions.