Pineapple Guava – Feijoa Sellowiana

All pricing and availability are subject to change

1 gallon – $7
5 gallon – $20
15 gallon – $55
24″ Box – $150

Description:  Pineapple Guava plants are drought tolerant. This evergreen plant can be a great hedge plant or can add to your homestead as another source of fruit. The flowers are a beautiful addition to any landscape with their bright vibrant red and white contrast. 

Sunset Zones:  7-9, 12-24
USDA Zones: 8-10
Sun Exposure: Full Sun
Soil pH: Slightly Acidic to Highly Alkaline
Drought Tolerance: High
Growth Rate: Moderate to Fast
Type: Evergreen
Height: Up to 20′ tall but can be smaller by regular pruning
Width: Up to 20′ wide but can be smaller by regular pruning
Spacing: 2-6′, depending on how fast you want a screen 
Flower: Red and White
Fruit: Edible
Bloom: Summer
Special Care:
Pruning Advice: A light yearly trim helps to keep it from becoming too legy. 
Watering Advice: While these are drought tolerant plants, they prefer a bit more water than desert native plants do.


Pineapple Guava