A tropical tree, or its fruit, of the genus Psidium. Two varieties are well known, the P. pyriferum, or white guava, and P. pomiferum, or red guava. The fruit or berry is shaped like a pomegranate, but is much smaller. It is somewhat astringent, but makes a delicious jelly.
Tropical fruit that has over a hundred species. It is pear-shaped, round and oval; yellow to green skinned, with creamy yellow, pink or red granular flesh; and has rows of small hard seeds. The smell and taste are intense and perfumy. Guava is used green or ripe in punches, syrups, jams, chutneys, ice creams and an all-island paste know as guava cheese.
A sweet, fragrant tropical fruit. Guavas are oval, about 2 inches in diameter, and color ranges from yellow to bright red. The ripe fruit is often used in jams, preserves, juices, and sauces. Recipe: Guava Pie
Guava, Guayaba: ( Psidium guajava) Guava is the authentic Arawak name of this succulent, pear shaped, fruit, rich in vitamin C. The smell and taste are intense and perfumy. Guava is used green or ripe in punches, syrups, jams, chutneys, ice creams and an all-island paste known as guava cheese. The leaves of the tree are used in folk medicine with a folk song claiming, â€˜guava root a medicine fe go cure di young gal feverâ€(tm).
A local fruit pink in color used in juice, jellies and tropical drinks
small tropical shrubby tree bearing small yellowish fruit
small tropical American shrubby tree; widely cultivated in warm regions for its sweet globular yellow fruit
tropical fruit having yellow skin and pink pulp; eaten fresh or used for e.g. jellies
A small, round, thin-skinned fruit pulpy fruit, usually with many seeds. It is astringent when green but very aromatic when ripe. The acidic ripe flesh has a pleasant gritty texture. It is also available in the form of a paste or jelly.
a Caribbean fruit which is eaten raw or used in making jam/jelly.
Small green or yellow egg shaped tropical fruit, when ripe, resembles taste of peaches.
A sweet, aromatic tropical fruit from the myrtle family. Used in jams, jellies, preserves, sauces, and beverages. Can also be eaten out of hand.
These yellow-green fruits with pale faintly pink flesh are about the size of a plum.
Guava (from Spanish Guayaba; Goiaba in Portuguese) is a genus of about 100 species of tropical shrubs and small trees in the myrtle family Myrtaceae, native to the Caribbean, Central America and northern South America. The leaves are opposite, simple, elliptic to ovate, 5-15 cm long. The flowers are white, with five petals and numerous stamens.