Answer: Strawberry Guava (Psidum cattleianum) is a dense shrub with leathery leaves and small berry-like, purplish-red fruit with strawberry flavor. It has the same growing requirements as indoor citrus: full sunshine and ample moisture (but can take short periods of drought).
Provide average household warmth with a minimum of 50F in the winter. Place your plant in the sunniest spot available, water moderately all year around (keep the soil moist but not soggy wet), and mist the leaves occasionally. Your plant will produce fruit when it's mature enough, and if it's growing under just the right conditions.
Good luck with your strawberry guava!
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