Guava, or guava, is a small tree belonging to the family of blueberries. At maturity ??? can he??? reach a height of 4 or 5 meters. It also lends itself to be cultivated in pots, producing equally fruits. The bark is gray and has spots. The leaves are light green. The flowers are white, large, fragrant, solitary or in small clusters.
Its fruits, which can be found on our markets from May to November, taste like a mix of strawberry, pear, banana and peach.
The guava is rich in antioxidants, more than any other fruit, and contains much more vitamin C than the orange; it can boast a high quantity of dietary fiber and a significant presence of minerals, including magnesium, potassium, calcium, copper and phosphorus. Guava seeds have an excellent content of vitamin A, B vitamins, vitamin E and iodine. The guava leaves are very rich in chlorophyll.
It is an evergreen plant, in the places of origin the leaves are always attached to the branches even in winter. At our latitudes instead, following periods of intense cold, the plant can undress to then return to vegetate in the spring season. The cattleianum however, if placed in a protected position, is limited to losing only a few leaves, changing the color of the leaves remained attached to the branches from intense green to reddish-green.
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