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Ruby Supreme Guava Psidium guajava L., Myrtaceae plant


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Ruby Supreme Guava Psidium guajava. Plants for sale are currently growing at between 8-12" Each plant is lab grown from tissue cultures to be a Disease free plant. Ruby Supreme produce large, ovoid fruit with deep-pink flesh; Is considered by many to be one of the best fresh guava. AAA

Psidium guajava L., Myrtaceae

Ruby Supreme soil requirements and planting instructions, Ruby Supreme grow best in moderately fertile, sandy loam soils of neutral to mildly acid pH. Plants will grow satisfactorily in sandy and calcareous soils with attention to watering and fertilizer. Ruby Supreme should be grown in well-drained soils and areas of the landscape that do not flood. Place this mixture in a pots, beds or garden and plant your Ruby Supreme. When planting Ruby Supreme in the landscape plant at 2' apart.

Proper site preparation ensures years of growth and once established they will not require weed control. Strong growth will Soil Ph should be around 6.0-7.0

light conditions, When making a site selection keep your plant in an area that has medium or full light. This species of Ruby Supreme is considered hardy at zones 9b-11

Ruby Supreme, If using drip irrigation allow soil to dry slightly between waterings. Do not over water. Ruby Supreme are drought tolerant. Produces small white flowers in the summer followed by fruit. blooms are white red and sometimes pink.

Ruby Supreme, this mild feeder loves an organic fertilizer N-P-K ratio or 5-5-5 or lower.

Ruby Supreme pests and disease, Pests or diseases are few and far between.

Ruby Supreme are also refered to as guava, guajava, guayaba, jambu biji, bayabas, trapaek sruk, farang, ma-kuai, ma-man and oi. guajava, guayaba, jambu biji, bayabas, trapaek sruk, farang, ma-kuai, ma-man and oi. Ruby Supreme are generally grown from shoots, seeds and tissue culture. There are several different varieties of guava.

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This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 21 December, 2010.