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planted . .
in 2010 during the Yard Make-Over ..
this tree has put out more blossoms than ever ..

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Pineapple Guava Tree...

The Pineapple Guava tree has red and white blooms. The fruit can be anywhere from 3/4ths of an inch long, all the way up to 3 1/2" inches, and have a bluish-green color. The Pineapple Guava tree is a slow growing evergreen that blooms in late spring, and can attract butterflies and birds.
The fruit is edible as are these flowers ... sometimes seen in salads in upscale restaurants.

[ no, have not had a taste of this fruit -- birds are first in line ]

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 ctofcsco
ctofcsco
Thanks for sharing your wonderful flower photo! Seen in The Power of the Flower
6 years ago.
 Peggy C
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thank you all for your visits, comments and invites !
6 years ago.
 Diana (Naturegrl64)
Diana (Naturegrl64)
The blooms are so exotic and pretty, Peggy! We lived in Houston for two years and grew these then.
6 years ago.
 Colin
Colin
beautiful flower

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