|Is a Pineapple guava a good plant to grow in Azusa, CA? If so, where might I find one. Armstrong in Glendora does not have one. What size is available, if any? Cost?
|Answer from NGA
July 26, 2006
|Pineapple Guava will grow well in your region. Most are self-fruitful so you'll need only one. If your local nursery does not carry Pineapple Guava, you might contact California Rare Fruit Growers at the following website: http://www.crfg.org/ I found several varieties of pineapple guava listed on the following Tropical Fruit Growers website: http://www.tropicalfruittrees.... Hope you find what you're looking for!
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