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Fruit Description: Appearing in late Summer, they are small red fruit, very tasty, when ripe. Usually eaten fresh or used to flavor beverages, ice creams, desserts and jams. Strawberry guavas taste like a passionfruit mixed with strawberry. The skin is also edible and tastes a bit like rose petals but is best removed for a sweeter flavour. The seeds are small and white in colour and can be roasted as a substitute for coffee.
Growth tips: Fast grower, fast to fruit, provide ample nutrition and water.
Usage: This plant is attractive to bees, butterflies and/or birds. Suitable for growing indoors
Aditional information: Psidium cattleianum is closely related to common guava (P. guajava), but can survive under lopwer temperatures. This plant is attractive to bees, butterflies and/or birds.
The fruit can be eaten whole as both the thin skin and soft, juicy interior are edible. Strawberry guavas taste like a passionfruit mixed with strawberry; lemon guavas have a more acidic and spicier flavour. The skin is also edible and tastes a bit like rose petals but is often removed for a sweeter flavour. The seeds are small and white in colour and can be roasted as a substitute for coffee. Its leaves may be brewed for tea.
soak in water for 12-24 hours
all year round
Coir or sowing mix + sand or perlite
bright + keep constantly moist not wet
10 - 45 days
Water regularly during the growing season