The Pineapple Guava would be a versatile addition to your garden. Use it to evoke either a Mediterranean or tropical character for your garden, or use this guava for its coloring that complements western natives that have very pale or gray foliage. Takes lots of sun and heat, so consider the Pineapple Guava for containers on deck or patio. Produces tasty guava like fruit late in the autumn following white flowers in the spring time. Evergreen. Feijoas are hardy to USDA zone 8 and all higher zones. Clip to maintain topiary form. All of our plants are shipped potted in soil to ensure a healthier start when planted in yard or garden.
The pineapple guava does quite well in hot sunny areas, so not to worry. Besides great tasting fruit, the flowers are attractive as well. Use for a ‘no worry’ plant to add a little character to your landscape.