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Guava is a tropical fruit that grows in the dry or humid heat. Both the fleshy fruit of the guava plant and the leaves are edible, with the fruit most often eaten as a snack and the leaves commonly boiled into an herbal tea. Texture-wise, guavas are similar to pears, but with a little more crunch. They have a sweet, tropical flavor that instantly takes your taste buds on an island vacation. But hidden inside this sweet snack are a number of health benefits.
Pot Size: 10 inches
Plant size: 36 inches
Water Cycle: Daily
Guava is loaded with nutrients. Not only does it have more Vitamin C than oranges, guava is also rich in other antioxidants, and has been shown to have a number of great health benefits.
This plant is more than 2 Years old.
The plant can survive in 30-40 °C
The February or spring flowering is known as Ambe-bahar