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Guava ‘Ruby Supreme’ (Psidium guajava)

Guava ‘Ruby Supreme’ (Psidium guajava)

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6" Pot Size
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Guava ‘Ruby Supreme’ (Psidium guajava)
One of the easiest tropical fruiting plants to grow for the beginning fruit gardener, ‘Ruby Supreme’ has baseball-sized fruits that turn yellow when ripe. The inner flesh is highly aromatic, sweet and pink. It can be eaten fresh or made into jelly or juice. For optimum sweetness, let the fruit fully ripen on the tree when the skin yields slightly to the touch. ‘Ruby Supreme’ flowers and fruits year-round in cycles that last 60-90 days between flowering and ripe fruit. For container grown guavas, we recommend pruning the shrub to create a bushy plant that’s as wide as it is tall. Our plants are cutting grown so they begin fruiting at a young age often by the time the plants are 2’ tall. The more sun and warmth they receive, the more fruit they produce.
Hardiness Zone 9, 10
Bloom Season Intermittent
Sun Requirement Full Sun, Partial Sun
Grows to 2-4'
Minimum Temperature Indoors 60
  1. Update from previous review Review by Sandor
    How do you rate this product?

    So I'm changing/editing my review from my previous. I acquired this plant May 29, 2018. It came out of the box near perfection. As stated in my previous review after a few weeks and reporting it had started to grow. Well, it's now August 10, 2018 and its growth has EXPLODED! Adequate watering, sun/part sun, miracle grow once a week, repotting in citrus soil, and heat. I just inspected my plant today and low and behold, I HAVE A FLOWER BUD! Holy smokes, that was not expected! Less than 3months and I have a flower bud! I'd give 10 stars on this review if I could! Love this plant! Thank you Logees! I'm a forever customer! (Posted on 8/10/2018)

  2. Strong plant. Looking hopeful Review by Sandor
    How do you rate this product?

    Received my plant May 29, 2018. Today is June 7, 2018. I live in west michigan. Plant arrived healthy despite being boxed up for a week because of memorial day holiday. Went into a little shock shortly after and 2 of the 3 spots of new growth fell off. I repotted in citrus/palm/cactus potting soil and keep it in partial sun. Plant is adjusting well now and new growth is starting to grow nicely. Looking forward to watching this mature and have delicious fruits. (Posted on 6/8/2018)

  3. Very Enjoyable Review by DonB
    How do you rate this product?

    Easy grower, doesn't require much care and takes well to pruning.
    Fruit after first year, but I have had blossoms/buds in the first year.
    Mine requires heavy water while fruiting during the summer months.
    Delicious fruit with edible skin. My children were able to consume the seeds. (Posted on 8/25/2017)

  4. Fast Grower, Fast Fruiter Review by Travis
    How do you rate this product?

    This is a plant i would recomend buying if you have tried grocery store guavas and want to grow some at home. This was purchased and planted July of 2015 and i have been picking fruit as of August 2016. Logee's always does an amazing job with packaging and I had no issues with shipping stress. As far as the fruit goes, the plant has about 12 fruit left and i have picked 4. It has a smooth texture and few seeds. The seeds are hard as stone but easy to avoid. Semi sweet but better than the small Mexican Guavas from the Grocery. (Posted on 8/23/2016)

  5. Very Pleased Review by Denise
    How do you rate this product?

    Received my guava the summer of 2016 It was healthy looking and had a good root system. It is now August (2016) and the tree has put on new growth and has three flowers and one guava on it. I wasn't expecting it to produce the same summer I got it. I hope it continues to do well when I bring it inside for the winter. (Posted on 8/12/2016)