Pineapple Guava (Feijoa sellowiana)

DESCRIPTION

Pineapple Guava

Feijoa sellowiana

Pineapple Guava is a good choice for an edible landscape! A South American native, Feijoa sellowiana yields edible tasty flowers that can be added to fruit salads or used to make jams or jellies. In addition to the delicious flower petals, it also produces fruit with a sweet pineapple-like flavor! Many people like to grow Pineapple Guava for exotic flowers and stunning appearance. Of course, this versatile and easy to grow plant is more than just an excellent choice for an edible landscape. Its multiple, upright branching form also makes it useful as a privacy hedge, windbreak or used as small specimen tree where it’s sure to attract butterflies and hummingbirds!

These are moderate growers and love to grow in an area that gets plenty of full sun exposure. Once established, it has low to moderate watering needs and it’s a very easy to care for plant that can grow happily on its own. The Pineapple Guava loves to grow in our Mediterranean climate and will add year round interest to any landscape. This is an excellent colorful plant for adding curb appeal!

Palm Paradise has the trees and plants you want for an edible landscape, including the Pineapple Guava in a variety of sizes. Best of all, we have citrus and fruit trees available at fruit producing age! We only grow ours from our own private stock of premium quality specimens. We are unique growers that does what nobody else does, we assure their quality!

  • Evergreen tree or shrub
  • Bird friendly, attracts butterflies and hummingbirds
  • Gray-green foliage
  • Edible showy flowers bloom in spring
  • Edible and fragrant fruit
  • Water wise, drought tolerant once established
  • Year-round interest
  • Very easy to care for with little pruning required
  • Great for use as a privacy hedge, windbreak or small specimen tree
  • Great container plants

FEATURES

Large evergreen shrub or small tree

Unusual flowers are white with reddish-purple accents.

Attractive grey green leaves with silver reverse

Cold Hardy