Tropical Guava Fruit Display: Shown here are all different kinds of guava fruit. I've eaten most of these types but there are still a few I haven't tried. I prefer almost any other type of pink/red variety to the green Indonesian seedless kind, which are crunchy instead of soft and luscious.
Guava Plants: How To Grow And Care For Guava Fruit Trees - Guava fruit trees are not a common sight and need a decidedly tropical habitat. Given enough guava tree information, however, it's possible to grow these trees in a greenhouse or sunroom. Learn more here.
Guava: a sweet exotic fruit native to Mexico, Central and South America. One guava fruit contains three times the daily vitamin C requirement, potassium, fiber, vitamin A, and lycopene. Whether whole fruit, juice, or jelly, guava is deliciously nutritious. And that’s just the fruit of the tree. } http://dailyhealthpost.com/guava-leaves-stop-hair-loss-and-make-it-grow-like-crazy/
Guava: is a sweet, pink tropical fruit that is not only rich in tropical taste, but also in vitamins A and C (one variety has four times as much vitamin C as an orange!), potassium and magnesium. Some varieties have extremely high levels of antioxidants. The guava plant itself is a member of the myrtle family and it is grown in tropical and subtropical regions.