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Psidium

Psidium

Psidium or Guava, Psidium means pomegranate in Latin. The Psidium genus contains about 100 species of tropical shrubs and small trees. Native to Mexico, Central America, and northern South America, guavas are now cultivated and naturalised throughout the tropics and subtropics in Africa, Southeast Asia, the Caribbean, subtropical regions of North America, and Australia, and have become weedy in some areas. Psidium are part of the Myrtaceae family, have tough dark green leaves, white flowers with numerous stamens. Guava fruit generally have a pronounced fragrance, similar to lemon rind but less sharp. Guava pulp may be sweet or sour, tasting something between pear and strawberry, with off-white to deep pink flesh and seeds in the central pulp. Psidium are not frost tolerant but once established may cope with periods of cool weather.
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