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| ||Feijoa sellowiana, Acca sellowiana|
Feijoa, Pineapple Guava, Guavasteen
Origin: Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay
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| || || ||2704 Feijoa sellowiana - Feijoa|
Feijoa, Pineapple Guava, Guavasteen. The fruit emits a strong long-lasting perfume, even before it is fully ripe. The fruit have the best taste when pulp mixed with sugar - it tastes and smells somewhat like forest strawberries. Cold-hardy, tolerates freze, nice wind-protection shield for other tropical plants.
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This item is certified for shipping to California.
|3 gal pot, large bushy plant||BACKORDER - add to wish list || || |
| || || ||3956 Feijoa sellowiana - seeds|
Feijoa, Pineapple Guava, Guavasteen. The fruit emits a strong long-lasting perfume, even before it is fully ripe. The thick, white, granular, watery flesh and the translucent central pulp enclosing the seeds are sweet or subacid, suggesting a combination of pineapple and guava or pineapple and strawberry, often with overtones of winter green or spearmint. Feijoas prefer cool winters and moderate summers (80° to 90° F), and are generally adapted to areas where temperatures stay above 15° F. The flavor of the fruit is much better in cool than in warm regions.
Barely cover seeds with well-drained soil mix, keep warm, slightly moist and in filtered light.
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|Per pack: 12 seeds||In stock|
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