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Guavas are a tangy, yet sweet and delicious tropical fruit rich in vitamin C. Guavas and guava puree are commonly used for juice, jams, sauces and marinades.

Guava Seeds

  • Place seeds between wet paper towels and put in a zip lock plastic bag in a sunny window for one to three weeks. Add a couple of drops of water to the towels each week. Plant within three days of germination. Fill a 4-inch pot with packaged potting soil. Thoroughly soak with water. Press one guava seed into the center of the pot. Cover it with ¼ inch of potting soil. Place in a warm place with a temperature of 65 degrees F. or above. Guava cannot take a freeze.

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