strawberry guava


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Noun1.strawberry guava - small tropical shrubby tree bearing small yellowish fruitstrawberry guava - small tropical shrubby tree bearing small yellowish fruit
fruit tree - tree bearing edible fruit
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The strawberry guava (Psidium cattleianum Sabine) belongs to the Myrtaceae family and it is a globular fruit, yellow or red, with a juicy pulp and a very pleasant sweet-acid taste.
In the literature there are studies available on the storage of fruit jellies, such as strawberry guava with marolo [12], guava [13], banana peel [14], pineapple [15], cherry [11], and strawberry [16], among others.
"We offer locally inspired flavors such as Strawberry Guava, Shave Ice and Toasted Coconut, as well as traditional flavors including Red Velvet, Classic Vanilla and Chocolate."
The lobby area has a bar that transitions to the outside pool, where private daybeds are placed between the pool and lake, under a canopy of strawberry guava trees; solar-powered charging stations are also available outside; free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel; 24-hour business centre; state-of-the-art-fitness centre; courtesy transportation to/from the beach, beach chairs and towels and guest bicycles.
Flavors include Cajeta, Banana Cream, Tangerine Tango, Italian Blood Orange, Tropical Berry, Malibu Moment, Savannah Lemonade, Strawberry Guava Cream, Vanilla Sandalwood, Banana Coconut Cream and Hawaiian Mango Cream.
Their findings not only demonstrated the effectiveness of airborne observations, but also offered a landscape-scale view of how alien invasive plants like strawberry guava might affect biomass levels in the context of carbon sequestration and climate change mitigation.
Along with the expected oranges, lemons and limes there are intriguing, hard-to-find kinds such as the limequat and strawberry guava.
Many of the new species were introduced intentionally, like the ornamental Kahili ginger and the strawberry guava, used for reforestation.
And on the island of Mauritius the introduction of both the strawberry guava plant and monkeys has brought the small tree Elaeocarpus bojeri (a species so rare that it has not been given a common name) quite literally to the brink of extinction as the few specimens that remain cling to the side of a hillside.
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He blames wild pigs for much of the spread of exotic plants, particularly the strawberry guava that forms the understory in parts of the native ohialehua hardwood canopy.