Wednesday, March 6, 2013


I just planted a clone of an unknown Guava cultivar I purchased a year ago in my new bog garden made from an old limestone fishpond in the northwest corner of my front yard. For a few years I had a clone of my Dad's plant in my southwest corner, but years of drought then a hard freeze a few years back killed it. On my many trips to see Mom and Dad in Okeechobee I noted JUST how happy the guavas seemed that grew right AT the water line in the canals and ditches. Plus Dad's plant THRIVED wildly in his VERY wet low-lying yard. I hope my two soon bless me with many fruits as I LOVE ripe guavas!

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