- A perennial plant does not need to be renewed
- Source of plant: Thailand
Is a type of plant that follows the guava species of the Asian family. This species contains more than 140 species spread in the tropics of Africa, South America, the Caribbean and Central America.
The original home of guava is tropical America in the region between Peru and Mexico. She moved to North America on Hawaii and then moved to India.
This type is eaten fresh green and is less harsh than Guava Kim Jou. It tastes a bit sweet and crispy. It has the same pear shape.