Monday, June 18, 2012

Waiting for Guava

We planted four Pineapple Guava plants last year and they have done very well.   We have quite a few blossoms on two of the plants and I really hope for some fruit.   I've never had a pineapple guava but I can imagine it's very sweet and worth the wait.




13 comments:

Teresa said...

Those are beautiful!! I have never seen one before. I am sure we can't grow one in Wis. :(

TexWisGirl said...

not familiar with the fruit but those blooms are pretty enough!

missing moments said...

Gorgeous blooms and keeping my fingers crossed hoping for some fruit!

Diane Cayton-Hakey said...

Yum... I think I could eat the blossoms their so pretty! Great job, Sis!!

missy max said...

Beautiful flowers..Hope you enjoy the fruit...

Pam :) said...

What a stunning flower they produce. I hope its fruit is as sweet.

A Quiet Corner said...

The fruit has GOT to be great with such beautiful flowers!!...:)JP

Lynne said...

Beautiful and interesting flower . . . I guess I find all flowers interesting. The folds and edges, round or sharp in the petals, the stamen, the colors . . . on and on . . . this flower is very interesting with the possibility of fruit too . . .
Let us know . . .

Daryl Edelstein said...

those ants are sure a testament to its potential sweetness ..

val's alentejo blogspot.com said...

Denise, This flower is simply stunning. Its like unreal. I have never heard of Pinapple guava, it sound very interesting. How i should love to have one of those creepers.
Lovely post thank you ..
happy week
val

~from my front porch in the mountains~ said...

Those are GORGEOUS!

Madge Bloom said...

Wow, what gorgeous flowers!

Snooks said...

I have never had one either. The flowers are pretty.

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