Guava Plants: How To Grow And Care For Guava Fruit Trees - Guava fruit trees are not a common sight and need a decidedly tropical habitat. Given enough guava tree information, however, it's possible to grow these trees in a greenhouse or sunroom. Learn more here.
Chilean Guava Plant - 'KA-POW' - Looks like blueberries, tastes like wild strawberries - 'absolutely delicious'. Lovely little pink/white flowers. Bee and butterfly friendly, ultimate heright 10' (can be trimmed). Cool tolerant crop. Self-fertile so you don't need more than 1 plant to produce fruit.. More in depth info here: http://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2010/dec/13/how-grow-cook-chilean-guava