Ruby Supreme Guava Tree (Psidium guajava ‘Ruby Supreme’)
Ruby Supreme Guava Tree
Gorgeous tropical trees and refreshing exotic fruit, the Ruby Supreme Guava Tree (Psidium guajava ‘Ruby Supreme’) features fruit with a beautiful color contrast! Lush foliage with baseball-sized fruit with smooth green skin and bright watermelon pink fruit centers!
One of the easiest Guava to care for in the home garden setting, plus fruit ripening throughout the year in bursts instead of all at once! The gorgeous floral display will delight you and all your local pollinators. Fruiting at a very young age, you’ll enjoy a great harvest early on!
A smaller sized tree at maturity, you can keep these much smaller as needed to grow in containers or smaller yards. Easily tuck into an existing orchard or keep tidy for front yard landscaping.
Fantastic tropical accents and small shade trees, these broadleaf evergreen trees are gorgeous specimen and conversation pieces! Pot up in a planter for your sunny patio or decorate your poolside with an exotic tree that grows healthy snacks! Make your landscape do more than look pretty and plant dual-purpose plants and trees that are ornamental and edible.
Ruby Supreme has soft and juicy pulp that is bright pink and aromatic. Use in any sweet or savory meal, dessert, or juice them to add tropical fruit flavor and vivid color! Healthy and refreshing, these self-pollinating trees will give you plenty to try in all your favorite recipes.
Guava Trees fruit and flower best in full sun and moderately moist, well-drained soil. Prune after fruiting to prevent removing future buds. Water regularly to establish, but once they are settled Guava trees are surprisingly drought tolerant!
Tropical and beautiful accents, the Ruby Supreme Guava Tree is a delightful addition to small gardens and beginner gardeners!
|Common name||Ruby Supreme Guava Tree|
|Botanical name||Psidium guajava 'Ruby Supreme'|
|Plant type||Broad-Leaved Evergreen|
|Height||8 - 10 ft.|
|Width||12 - 15 ft.|
|Soil condition||Well Drained Soil|
|Pruning time||After Fruiting|