Pineapple Guava - Live Plant



  • The pineapple guava is an evergreen perennial shrub or small tree that typically matures to 10-15’ tall.
  • It is cultivated as an ornamental for appreciation of its evergreen foliage, flowers and fruit and/or as a fruiting tree/shrub for harvest of its edible fruit.
  • It’s grown in the U.S. from Florida to Texas and California, but fruiting can sometimes be unreliable in these areas.
  • Cultivation: Winter hardy to USDA Zones 8-10. Will generally survive temperatures to 18 degrees F with out damage.
  • Best in full sun. Tolerates part shade.
  • Needs regular and consistent moisture to produce best fruits. Easily grown in average, well-drained soils.
  • Best where winters are cool and summers moderate (80-90 degrees F).
  • Summer heat stress may cause premature fruit drop. Can be pruned to form an interesting hedge.
  • This is a good low-maintenance shrub for hot dry problem areas. For best fruit production, deeply water on a regular basis.
  • Mulch soil around the shrubs to protect the shallow roots.
  • Shipped BARE ROOT and are APPROX 6″-12″‘+ Tall.
  • Winter hardy to USDA Zones 8-10