No edible landscape is complete without a Guava Tree, and the Thai White Guava is a productive addition to be sure. The Thai White Guava Tree is easy to grow, will tolerate dry conditions, and performs well in nearly all soil types. The medium-sized fruit of the tropical Thai White Guava Tree is firm, juicy, and has sweet crisp flesh. Guavas are great for eating fresh or adding an exotic taste to juices and blended beverages. The evergreen trees produce green fruits that are shaped like rounded pears and have bright white pulp.
Tropical Thai White Guava Trees are suited to grow in the ground in USDA Growing Zones 8 to 11, and in pots in Zones 4 to 11. They like full to partial sun, well drained soil, and plenty of organic matter such as compost or mulch added to the topsoil. Self-fertile Thai White Guava Trees can begin producing fruit as soon as their second year in the ground. Plant one or more Thai White Guava Trees in your home garden and see why this versatile fruit is grown throughout the tropical climates of the world.