What is Feijoa
Feijoa , scientific name:Acca sellowiana , is an evergreen subtropical vegetation and fruit trees of Acca genus, of Myrtaceae department native to South America. Has egg-shaped oval-shaped leaves are thick, glossy and fluff in the leaf looks washed out. During the rainy season to guava-like flowers bloom. Flowers on a white background is purple color inside. Small oval-shaped grey-green fruit ripens in autumn. Fruit flavors such as pineapple and incense. Eat fruits raw, jam, or jelly. Aka painapruguaba and incense in a pineapple, similar named flower is similar to gaaba.
Common name: feijoa,
scientific name:Acca sellowiana,
synonym:Feijoa sellowiana, Orthostemon sellowianus,
aka: feijoa sellowiana, painapruguaba, ananasugayaba,
origin: South America, living type: subtropical fruit trees, height: 200-600 cm, leaf length: 5-7 cm, flowering time: June - July, flower diameter: 4 cm color: pale pink, white, fruit diameter: 4-7 cm, fruit color: gray-green, Fruit harvest time: October to Novembr, applications: fruit, trees and hedges