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In New Zealand they are one of our most popular fruits and are everywhere in autumn. Unfortunately, as they are frost tender they don’t tend to fruit very well in the UK. I have never tried the petals but will next time I see one in flower. The fruits are amazing, though they are like marmite, some people love them and others don’t. My mother used to say it was like eating perfume! Good for the digestion as well. One of the biggest things I miss from NZ
it’s also called Pineapple Guava, it grows in Seattle. Best place to grow it is in the sunniest warmest part of the yard. In order to get fruit, at least 2 plants are needed to be nearby for pollination.
Can it grow in the UK ?
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