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Guava Tree 'Ruby Supreme'

Psidium guajava 'Ruby Supreme'

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-t- Root Rocket™ Fertilizer
Root Rocket™ Transplant Fertilizer

2oz. Packet

Get your new plants off to the right start by using Root Rocket™ Transplant.

This soil amendment contains 16 strains of mycorrhizal fungi, biostimulants, beneficial bacteria and Horta-Sorb® water management gel.

Simply sprinkle the product into the planting hole adjacent to the root ball when planting.

The organisms will start to work right away supplying the roots with much needed nutrition.

The specially formulated Horta-Sorb® will reduce transplant stress and aid in water retention.

APPLICATION:
1 packet per plant

Root Rocket Fertilizer
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Guava Tree 'Ruby Supreme' Planting Mix

Helps your Guava Tree 'Ruby Supreme' get established in a fraction of the time, become more drought tolerant, and grow faster. Here's how:

Beneficial Bacteria... It's like a Probiotic for your tree... creating an explosion of fine hair roots that vastly improves nutrient and water uptake.

Coarse Organic Compost... loosens and improves all types of soils while promoting proper pH levels. You get better drainage and moisture retention.

Microbial Fertilizers... including Sea Kelp, Yucca, and 100 other elements proven to gently feed your tree without burning the roots.

Use 1 bag of Planting Mix for each plant ordered.


Soil Contents
$7.95

Growing Zones: 4-11 patio / 8-11 outdoors
(hardy down to 20℉)



Growing Zones 8-11 outdoors
4-11 patio
  /  
8-11 outdoors

You are in Growing Zone: 6

Mature Height:

10 ft.

Mature Width:

15 ft.

Sunlight:

Full-Partial

Growth Rate:

Moderate

Harvest Time:

June - August

Year to Bear:

Fruits 1st Year!

Botanical Name:

Psidium guajava 'Ruby Supreme'

Does Not Ship To:

AZ, LA

Grow Delicious Tropical Fruit

Easily Grown Indoors or Out - Depending on Your Zone
Guava trees can grow outdoors in zones 8-11, or indoors in colder areas. Just bring your potted tree indoors for the winter. It makes a great houseplant. The guava is self-pollinating. Like most self-pollinating fruit trees, you will get even more production with a second one - in order to cross-pollinate.

Delicious Fruit
The guava fruit is round to pear-shaped and can grow between 2-4 inches long. When ripe, the rind softens and is edible. The inner flesh is ruby in color and has a soft, pulpy texture. The fruit has a sweet flavor and a pleasant aroma. In warmer climates, the fruit will ripen year-round. A mature Guava tree can produce 40 - 70 lbs of fruit per year. Even a patio tree kept at 4-6 ft can give you plenty to enjoy and share.

Easy Growing
This tree is drought tolerant but will produce more fruit if watered regularly. It will easily adapt to most soil conditions and enjoys full sunlight. Guava trees love organic fertilizer and will use it to grow even quicker and fruit even heavier.

Why Our Guava Trees are Superior
You'll get fruit the 1st year - not the 8th. Some nurseries send Guava trees with the dirt washed off the roots. This is not healthy for tropical plants. That's why your tree arrives in a large container with a full, vibrant root system intact. It's ready to explode with new growth. Plus your tree has been pruned throughout its life, not just when we ship it. Some nurseries advertise a tall height, then cut 1/3 off, in order to save on their shipping cost. You should get what you pay for. That includes a tree that will give you the best and quickest fruit possible, as well as a lifetime of enjoyment.

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Your Guava Tree is non-GMO; can easily be grown organically, and has the best flavor and texture available.  Order now for fast delivery.



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Guava Tree 'Ruby Supreme' Pollination

Guava Trees 'Ruby Supreme' are self-fertile. You will get fruit with only one plant. However, adding an additional Guava Tree 'Ruby Supreme' will drastically increase the size of your crop.

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Customer Reviews

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Good product and delivery
Received my order. Plants looks great! Just transplanted into a bigger pot today and will put into ground after winter.
November 11, 2018
Growing Zone:
9
Beautiful, healthy tree that produces sweet large guava
My ruby supreme is doing a amazingly! When it first arrived it already had some fruit but those fruit fell off, the plant was very healthy though. Since then it has set many more fruit that the kids and I have thoroughly enjoyed in zone 8! I had it in my living room in the winter when we received it, moved it outside for the summer, and now it is happily living in my small heated greenhouse. Can’t wait for more fruit, there are about 15 new buds waiting to bloom. Pollinate by using a soft paint brush, gently brushing each flower in a circular motion to distribute the pollen.
September 27, 2018
Growing Zone:
8
Purchased in January, now it's September.
Well, we can't say enough good things about this tree. At first it needed some time to set up some roots. We bought the 3 ft version. We followed the instructions carefully and made sure the root system was given plenty of space and water. Also, we used a bag and a half of compost. The first fruit came around June. We had three or four. OMG, the taste was sensational.

Now we have over 30- I kid you not- 30 fruit coming in, and it's only september of the same year!! We decided not to prune it for now, so that we can enjoy the optimized yield, but we might trim after this next lot to get the shape where we want it for the future. Also, we definitely needed to cover each fruit to protect from the "food bandits." We lost one on the first round, and hope to never miss out again!!

It really needs a ton of sun and good rain. That's when you see it doing it's thing.

Excellent tree, highly recommend. Thanks Again!!!
September 19, 2018
Growing Zone:
8
Setting fruit this year!
We had no yield last summer, but considerable growth since then. Tomorrow is first day of summer 2018, and our FGT guava tree is setting plenty of little fruits. It has done very well in full zone 10 southern California sun, even with water conservation measures. Looking forward to sampling the results soon.
FGT guava setting fruit this summer
FGT guava setting fruit this summer
June 20, 2018
Growing Zone:
10
Maybe not for Zone 9a
Tree was doing great and had lots of delicious fruit during the first summer into fall. Tree planted in ground in Central Florida. Winter knocked all the leaves off and killed all branches more than 1 ft above ground. We had temperatures in the low 30s for several nights and one night at 28. Tree may have done better if it had been more established over several years in ground. It is now the end of April and there are a few leaves starting on the bottom branches. I may start over with a new tree as this one appears to be damaged. I did have a frost cover over the tree during the cold nights. Tree grew to about 10 ft during the summer before the winter frost. This is not a complaint, just providing info for those in zones 8 & 9.
April 29, 2018
The Villages, FL
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Growing Zone:
9
Good but not for my zone (8b)
Its just that my zone is not for that because they don't handle cold AT ALL. i cut them down last year since it dried to ground level. Then it came back about 5 ft long. This winter I protected with plastic... but nope. died all the way down. Now I just transplanted it into a wisky barre and will bring it home during winter for sure.
April 7, 2018
Cedar Creek, TX
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Growing Zone:
8
Foolproof
I got my tree early this year, have taken no trouble with it, and ate my first fruit yesterday. There are several more on the tree and I expect a ton next year. It grows like crazy, insects don't bother it and the fruit is edible if insipid.

You don't really expect to eat quinces off the tree, you mostly use them in pies or for jam, but these are pretty good really. You don't even have to peel them.
September 4, 2017
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Growing Zone:
9
Amazing tree
Great so far Indoors in my office Watering every 3 days Sprouting healthy leaves and new branches No flowers yet Out of papaya mango jackfruit so far this has survived and looks promising
June 4, 2017
Richmond, VA
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Growing Zone:
9
Tree is doing great in a large pot.
Great, potted over winter in green house, are 5 guavas so far, there are about 30 guava on them currently. I live in Maryland zone 7a. Thanks FGTs. I have lots of issues with scale/ mealy bugs. I have to pick the off all the time.
Ruby supreme
Ruby supreme
May 13, 2017
Dayton, MD
Purchased
1 year ago
Growing Zone:
7
high quality tree, very happy !
The tree is very healthy, it was not looking good when I received it, but, it is a very good happy tree !
May 11, 2017
los angeles, CA
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Growing Zone:
10

Planting & Care



It's Easy to Plant & Care for Your Guava Tree 'Ruby Supreme'


Guava Tree 'Ruby Supreme' Planting Diretions

The guava tree (Psidium guajava 'Ruby Supreme’) is a tropical tree commonly found in areas like Hawaii, the Virgin Islands, Texas and Florida. The deliciously sweet fruit is commonly used in beverages, desserts and smoothies. The fast growing tree can mature to a height of 10 feet tall and roughly 15 feet wide. It can be grown outside in zones 8-11, but it could also be container grown for zones 4-11 and brought indoors when the winter season approaches. If you are lucky enough to live in an area where the tree can be planted outside, be sure to find a spot where the tree will have an ample amount of space. A soil pH range between 5.0-7.0 is ideal.

 

Choosing a location: Guava is a tropical native tree so be sure to select a spot that has full sun. Drainage is essential so avoid areas where water may pool. To test your location for drainage, you can dig a 1 foot wide by 1 foot deep hole and fill it with water. After an hour, if there is any water retained, you will need to amend your soil with sand and perlite to improve the drainage.

 

Planting directions (in ground):
1) Make your hole twice as wide as the root ball and just as deep.
2) Carefully place your tree into the hole and hold it straight as you begin to back fill the hole.
3) Tamp down on the soil with your hand as you back fill to prevent any air pockets from forming.
4) Water the planting site to help settle the soil and then spread a 2-3 inch layer of mulch to help conserve moisture and prevent competitive weeds from growing. Wood chips or bark pieces will suffice.

 

Planting directions (potted): Like goldfish, a guava tree will only grow to as big as the space it’s allotted. The pot will confine the roots allowing you to keep the tree to a smaller more maintainable height.

1) It is not recommended to get a pot much bigger than the one the tree is delivered in. Select a pot that is the same size, or about 2-3 inches larger (at most), than its existing pot. 
2) Be sure that there is an adequate amount of drainage holes in the bottom of the pot, drainage is essential to the tree’s survival. You can also line the bottom of your pot with a couple inches of gravel/pebbles to assure proper drainage of the soil.
3) A citrus or an organic potting soil is best for the guava. Regular potting soil can be a bit heavier and therefore retain more moisture.  The extra moisture can be harmful to the guava’s roots. Be sure to press down as you fill in the pot with soil to avoid air pockets.
4) Place your tree next to a south facing window to ensure it gets the full sun exposure it needs.
*Tip* The tree will most likely require re-potting once a year.

 

Watering: Give your guava tree a deep soaking and then hold off on watering again until the top two inches of the soil begins to dry. These trees will like to dry slightly in between waterings. In the hotter seasons you might need to water more frequently but DO NOT overly saturate the soil. Guava (like citrus) hate to have “wet feet” and are susceptible to root rot if left in standing water.

Potted guava also likes to dry slightly in between waterings. If the top 2-3 inches of the soil feels like it’s starting to dry out, add just enough water to where you see it escaping the drainage holes and stop.

 

Pruning: You can trim your guava tree throughout the year. Using sterilized cutters, remove any low growths that appear near the base of the tree. This will encourage a healthier, stronger trunk making a more stable tree. Prune away any branches that are crossing and dead limbs. Potted guava should not require much pruning but it can be done to maintain a particular shape.

 

Fertilizing: Guava are semi-heavy feeders and will require fertilizing once every 1-2 months in its younger years. Once the tree becomes more established, it will only need to be fertilized 3-4 times a year. Just before the growing season begins, work a 6-6-6-2 formula into the soil. Guava likes high levels of nitrogen, phosphoric acid, potash, and magnesium for the best results. Potted guava will benefit from being fed an organic, granular fertilizer every three months.

Planting & Care

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Why did you choose this?
Fast-Growing-Trees.com Store
Absolutely thrives in our South Florida coastal climate. Produces TONS of delicious fruit, and produced in the first year. I don't normally love guava but these are exquisite.
Amanda G on Jun 20, 2017
Delicious and nutritious.
Jorge M on Dec 26, 2016
Absolutely thrives in our South Florida coastal climate. Produces TONS of delicious fruit, and produced in the first year. I don't normally love guava but these are exquisite.
Amanda G on Jun 20, 2017
Guavas are delicious and I am purchasing this for my Mother who comes from New Zealand and misses the fruit which is so plentiful over there.
Shirley H on Jan 8, 2017
Delicious and nutritious.
Jorge M on Dec 26, 2016
Backyard Garden
Logan P on Dec 6, 2016
for the taste and aroma of this fruit
Arturo M on Dec 2, 2016
loved guava growing up so wanted that childhood memory and have my kids try them too.
jignesh m on Nov 27, 2016
I encountered these trees and fruit in the wild in Hawaii. The aroma of the fruit and the exquisite taste were enough to inspire me to try to find this and grow it where I live, Houston, TX. They grew so abundantly and easily in the wild and were such prolific fruit producers I am hoping to achieve something even remotely close here and enjoy the fruit.
Leslie F on Nov 25, 2016
mom likes them
darrell v on Nov 17, 2016
My wife loves this fruit. I like it too, but not as much as her. :-)
ALBERT S on Nov 15, 2016
I love this fruit. Hope I have the fruit from my back yet with this tree next year
Mary H on Nov 15, 2016
loved the in Hawaii
kenneth d on Oct 20, 2016
personal favorite!
scott m on Oct 16, 2016
Health promoting properties and great flavor.
Guest on Oct 13, 2016
A fruit I grow up eating in Grenada west Indies.
Shurleen W on Oct 7, 2016
Wants to try. Trying to get leaves.
Young D on Oct 7, 2016
The fruit is delicious and the fragrance is irresistible.
Richard D on Sep 21, 2016
I LOVE FRUIT TREES VERY HEALTHY
amin m on Sep 19, 2016
Because I like guava fruits.
Efren R on Sep 13, 2016
I just love it. Looking for a strong plan with new branches coming up.
Hugo F on Sep 6, 2016
I love guavas. In Florida, these grow wild, but take up to five years to produce fruit. I ordered this tree last year, and have fruit that will be ready to pick in Oct. I am so pleased with this tree. My gardener can't wait until they are ripe. He and I both love to pick them and eat them raw.
Sandra Platt L on Aug 20, 2016
I alway want one of this tree in my backyard
Simon h on Aug 17, 2016
Tropical fruit!
Jason S on Aug 15, 2016
I like this fruit for vitamin C and the leaves can also help heal some wound.
Reynaldo F on Aug 14, 2016
great for my health
Liliana F on Jul 26, 2016
I think my order of more than $99.00 has free shipping. Please cancel if it's not the case.
Judy C on Jul 17, 2016
Use of guava trees for medicinal properties plus has a sweet fruit.
Lawrence P on Jul 14, 2016
I spent my early childhood in Puerto Rico. We used to pick it off my great grandparents' tree, cut them and eat them right there. I've found nothing quite as awesome tasting as guava from the tree.
michele b on Jul 7, 2016
the plant that this compony sell are way better then any other compony,,,,good prices,,,the plant are bigger and better,,and if you need help with anything they are quick to respond.....i will do more shopping with them next summer,,,,,
Jose G on Jun 23, 2016
Love to eat guava fruit
Mee T on Jun 21, 2016
Guava is rich in vitamins and guava leaves could be used for other medicinal purposes.
Gloria R on Jun 16, 2016
I like guava
Karl A on Apr 21, 2016
This is a gift and I don't want any e-mails sent to Sallie prior to the gift arriving. Please make sure that NO COSTS are sent to Sallie.

Sallie did not purchase this gift. Judith Carter did.
Sallie W on Apr 15, 2016
Becuase i LOVE THEM
Uriel B on Apr 15, 2016
remind me when i was child we have two of the guava trees in our backyard were great lots of guava every year
alex k on Apr 13, 2016
It reminds me of the fresh fruits of México.
Alberto V on Apr 9, 2016
Uh, guava, yummy
cindy r on Apr 8, 2016
great price
donna l on Apr 8, 2016
Chosen to make an edible hedge.
6.8 Shooter on Apr 3, 2016
Guava is one of my favorite tropical fruit tree. I hope this will work for me since I am living in Oregon's weather.
Phi L on Mar 27, 2016
i chose this fruit because of the smell and texture. I love the smell and taste in my smoothie
Marcus O on Mar 20, 2016
Want to replace one, and love the fruit
Cheryl B on Mar 16, 2016
Love the fruit hoping it will grow in my area as per indicated. My plant zone area is 9
Jose P on Mar 12, 2016
Love it
Salah A on Mar 4, 2016
Healthy fruit with a lot of benefits
Robert E on Feb 20, 2016
trying it out
karmjit b on Feb 19, 2016
For fruit Hedge
Donald N on Jan 22, 2016
its a very healthy fruit it helps with diabetic (the seed portion). they are expensive when purchasing at oriental grocery store. I grew up around the tree so i am familiar with the fruit.
josephine d on Dec 3, 2015
I love tropical fruit
kerline v on Nov 26, 2015
For indoor
chew yin C on Nov 23, 2015
This plant reminds me of my hometown and is also one of my favorites!
ZAHIDA A on Oct 6, 2015
Guavas are delicious and I am purchasing this for my Mother who comes from New Zealand and misses the fruit which is so plentiful over there.
Shirley H on Jan 8, 2017
Backyard Garden
Logan P on Dec 6, 2016
Do guava tree grow in las vegas nv?
Jess C on Apr 19, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The outdoor growing zones are 8-11. Click the link below to look up what growing zone your in.
http://www.fast-growing-trees.com/USDA-Plant-Hardiness-Zone-Map.htm
Is this tree self-pollinating or do I need two?
Karen M on May 23, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes, it is self-fertile. Yield will be better with more than one tree for cross-pollination. I got one guava the first year I ordered the largest tree available, 4ft. The second year I got 6 guavas.
Psidium Guajava has many varieties. Which variety are you selling?
Anne S on Apr 27, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Our Guava is the Ruby Supreme variety.
Can I grow this tree in Northern Georgia(Atlanta) in a greenhouse?
Carlos D on Mar 5, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I would think so. I have had one for two years and it produces a lot of fruit. I live in the northern suburbs of Houston Texas. I grow mine in a large pot and keep it outside most of the year. On nights that get below 50 I put it in the garage. That doesn't happen often here. If you are able to bring it out in warm weather I am sure it would be happy. If you grow it in a green house all the time you would need a way to pollenate the flowers. Good luck.
Coud I grow Guava trees in New Mexico?
Donaldo Z on Jul 29, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Yes you can grow Guava Trees in New Mexico. In zones 8 - 11 they can survive planted outdoors in the ground. In zones 4 - 7 they need to be planted in a pot and brought indoors during cold spells.
the fruit has tiny hard seeds do you eat them?
A shopper on Aug 30, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Yes. They are meant to be eaten with the flesh. I grew up in an area where guava is one of the main fruit grown and eaten.
Is the fruit Pink from inside
like the picture ?
meenal on Sep 22, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes, beautiful pink on the inside...the outside of mine are a bit more green than this picture when ripe. Large sweet fruit.
Are the leaves poisonous to cats?
A shopper on Sep 13, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The leaves of most plants are potentially harmful to cats and dogs. Ask your vet for the best info.
I am in new York I want guava Tree and lichee Tree can I plant them in my back yard please?
Sandy on Jun 11, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Hi sandy, I would recommend patio due to the weather in you state. I'm from South Carolina and my tree didn't do all that well last winter in 35 degree temperatures
Does it need to be planted in the ground or just a big pot?
CJ C on May 13, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The outdoor growing zones are 8-11. Click the link to look up what growing zone you are in.
http://www.fast-growing-trees.com/USDA-Plant-Hardiness-Zone-Map.htm For zones 4-7 you would need to bring indoors in the winter.
How tall does the tree get?
A shopper on Jun 30, 2014
BEST ANSWER: In the ground or container? FGT shows this info for ground plantings. For containers you can keep the tree at a manageable size. You'll want to up the size of the pot every year or two until mature. You can keep it in an 18-20 in diameter pot, where my tree grew to about 6 ft wide and was topped at about 5ft.
Can I grow this tree in Oregon?
Negro on Feb 11, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The outdoor growing zones are 8-11. Click the link to look up what growing zone you are in.
http://www.fast-growing-trees.com/USDA-Plant-Hardiness-Zone-Map.htm
Is this plant certified Organic non GMO?
Baby parrots on Apr 3, 2017
BEST ANSWER: To comply with USDA phytosanitary regulations, we are required to apply a mild chemical treatment to all trees shipped over state lines. This treatment is required to prevent the spread of potentially devastating pathogens from one state to another and is mandatory for all growers. Once your trees arrive, you can use all natural and organic growing techniques to grow organic fruit.We are a non-GMO company.
so you mentioned that the fruit tree can be grown organic. Does it not need to be organic from the seed?. Also will guava tree grow in san jose ca?
malini s on Jan 8, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The outdoor growing zones are 8-11. Click the link to look up what growing zone you are in.http://www.fast-growing-trees.com/USDA-Plant-Hardiness-Zone-Map.htm. To comply with USDA phytosanitary regulations, we are required to apply a mild chemical treatment to all trees shipped over state lines. This treatment is required to prevent the spread of potentially devastating pathogens from one state to another and is mandatory for all growers. Once your trees arrive, you can use all natural and organic growing techniques to grow organic fruit.
How will this tree do in High Point North Carolina can I plant this one outsid0?
Sharon H on Jun 7, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I bought this two summers ago. It said hardy to zone 8. We are 8b here. I have kept mine in a large pot that I bring in on the rare nights it gets into the 30s. It does great and grows very fast. I have to keep pruning it back and is close to 7 feet now, I get fruit Year round. I doubt that it would survive in the ground here without a lot of protection. You are in zone 7b. It is very easy to grow but I would suggest keeping it in a pot. Good luck
what type of soil for container growing? citrus potting mix?
Paul G on Apr 11, 2017
BEST ANSWER: You will need a rich, fast draining soil which should be kept moist. You can try the Fast Growing Trees tropical plant soil mix to get an idea of the proper texture. If you make your own mix make sure to use agricultural grade sand in the mix, not construction sand. I was able to grow one guava the first year I ordered it and six guavas the second year. It requires a long growing season though which is difficult to provide up north.
How would you recommend to plant it if planted indoors/patio? What size pot?
Nat V on Apr 3, 2017
BEST ANSWER: 1) It is not recommended to get a pot much bigger than the one the tree is delivered in. Select a pot that is the same size, or about 2-3 inches larger (at most), than its existing pot.
2) Be sure that there is an adequate amount of drainage holes in the bottom of the pot, drainage is essential to the tree’s survival. You can also line the bottom of your pot with a couple inches of gravel/pebbles to assure proper drainage of the soil.
3) A citrus or an organic potting soil is best for the guava.
4) Place your tree next to a south facing window to ensure it gets the full sun exposure it needs.
*Tip* The tree will most likely require re-potting once a year.
Potted guava also likes to dry slightly in between waterings. If the top 2-3 inches of the soil feels like it’s starting to dry out, add just enough water to where you see it escaping the drainage holes and stop.
ike goldfish, a guava tree will only grow to as big as the space it’s allotted. The pot will confine the roots allowing you to keep the tree to a smaller more maintainable height.
1) It is not recommended to get a pot much bigger than the one the tree is delivered in. Select a pot that is the same size, or about 2-3 inches larger (at most), than its existing pot.
2) Be sure that there is an adequate amount of drainage holes in the bottom of the pot,
3) A citrus or an organic potting soil is best for the guava. Regular potting soil can be a bit heavier and therefore retain more moisture. The extra moisture can be harmful to the guava’s roots. Be sure to press down as you fill in the pot with soil to avoid air pockets.
4) Place your tree next to a south facing window to ensure it gets the full sun exposure it needs.
*Tip* The tree will most likely require re-potting once a year.
Watering: These trees will like to dry slightly in between waterings.
If the top 2-3 inches of the soil feels like it’s starting to dry out, add just enough water to where you see it escaping the drainage holes and stop.
1. There is any different between pink guava and ruby supreme guava tree. 2. I live in Castro valley, CA, it is too cold to repotting after I buy it? 3, Can I plant guava tree in the pot? 4. If I buy 2-3ft guava tree. It still be fruiting first year? It is drawf guava tree or can grow very big? Because I do not have large space, but I love pink guava so much , I wish I can have one in my hand right now.
Mimi X on Dec 4, 2016
BEST ANSWER: 1. There is not a a pink guava. The guava may have a pink flesh, like the Ruby Supreme
2. You can re-pot after purchasing.
3. Yes you can plant in a pot.
4. It can take 2-3 years to bear fruit.
They can get 10 foot tall pruned. You can prune it to your desired height.
If I buy two do they need to be planted together? I mean close by? Advice on distance between each?
Iris G on Jul 25, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I would plant at least 7 foot away from one another or as far as 50 feet away.
Does thes tree self pollinate?
Tanner on Jun 9, 2016
BEST ANSWER: yes
can this tree survive small peroids of light freezing:25 to 32 degrees,for 1-4 hours?
gary g on Oct 24, 2015
BEST ANSWER: This tree can go down to a zone 8 which is 10-20 degrees. I would not suggest that temperature frequently or even for 4 hours. If you are dealing with these temperatures you could wrap your tree in burlap for further protection.

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