pineapple guava


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pineapple guava

n.
See feijoa.
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Noun1.pineapple guava - dark-green kiwi-sized tropical fruit with white flesh; used chiefly for jellies and preserves
edible fruit - edible reproductive body of a seed plant especially one having sweet flesh
feijoa, feijoa bush - South American shrub having edible greenish plumlike fruit
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Although kiwis will be the company's initial focus, Nergeta also plans to grow blueberries, persimmons and feijoa - an exotic fruit also known and pineapple guava - for export.
The varietal, no-carbohydrate, no-calorie, unsweetened, organic White Iced Tea collection includes: Orange Blossom, Kiwi Pear Decaf, Vanilla Coconut, Pineapple Guava and Honeydew Melon.
99) and is available in seven masterfully blended Asian flavors: EMPEROR'S WHITE, HONEYDEW MELON, ASIAN JASMINE, PINEAPPLE GUAVA, ORANGE BLOSSOM, HONEYSUCKLE AND PERSIMMON.
The four "delicious plus nutritious" flavors are Mango Peach, Guava Berry, Mango Pineapple Guava and Guava Cranberry.
Also known as Feijoa sellowiana, pineapple guava is native to South America.
Citrus is wind-sensitive, but pineapple guava may work out well for you.
If you have been thinking about growing a hedge, but are looking for something more exotic than ficus or privet, you might want to consider edible selections such as strawberry guava, pineapple guava, Valencia orange, 'Oro Blanco' grapefruit, 'Eureka' lemon, loquat or pomegranate.
You'll see what she means if you picture solid walls instead of the gray-leafed pineapple guava around the front yard (on page 49) and the backyard (below left) without papyrus and bamboo.
It grows to 30 feet, about twice the size of the pineapple guava (Feijoa sellowiana), a botanically related tree that has similar foliage and flowers.