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.
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.