organic guava fruit on the tree

By November 3, 2017Articles

organic guava fruit on the tree

By Mary Ellen Ellis Guava fruit trees are large but not difficult to grow in the right conditions. For warmer climates, this tree can provide shade, attractive foliage and flowers, and of course, delicious tropical fruits. If you have the right climate and garden space for it, you just need to understand what the different guava tree varieties are before you make your purchase. About Growing Guava Guava is a warm weather tree, suited to zones 9b through 11. Young trees that experience temperatures below about 30 degrees Fahrenheit (-1 Celsius) may be damaged or could die. A guava tree will grow to about 20 feet (6 meters) tall, so it needs space to grow. Your guava will need warmth and full sun, but will tolerate a variety of soil types and drought conditions. While a guava tree is a great shade tree for warm-climate gardens, a great reason to

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