Guava (Local)

The juicy, yellowish flesh of the local guava is very flavourful when ripened.
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Guava (Local)

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The guava tree usually grows 1 – 6 metres tall and 4 – 5 metres wide in full sunlight and well-drained, fertile soil. Trees should be planted prior to the rainy season. Guava trees produce low, drooping branches that can start bearing fruits from 3 – 4 years after planting. Fruits are usually seen on the tree from July to September. The outer skin of the ripened fruit varies from a pale green to light yellow colour. Fruits can be round to ovoid consisting of a thick, sweet and juicy pulp. Guava fruits exude a strong, sweet odour when ripe. In Trinidad, they are extensively used to make juices, guava jelly, jam and guava cheese.

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Psidium guajava

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St Augustine Nurseries

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