Acca sellowiana (Feijoa sellowiana), pineapple guava


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Acca sellowiana (Feijoa sellowiana)
pineapple guava

Chosen by Cindy Anders

This plant is an easy-care, good looker with gray-green leaves. Prune it to a shrub or let it become a small tree. Exotic-looking red and white flowers taste incredibly sweet. Better yet, blooms become a delicious fruit that you can’t find at the market!

Acca sellowiana

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Acca sellowiana

This handmade sign, drawn by Arboretum Teaching Nursery Manager Lisa Fowler, showcases one of our 75 favorite plants, and can be seen at the Arboretum Plant Sales.

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