Name: Pineapple Guava
Binomial: Feijoa sellowiana
Family: Myrtaceae

The ripe fruits pack a tasty tropical punch, blending the sweet flavours of pineapple and strawberry.

Their delightful aroma fills any room with fruity essence.

Eating them fresh makes for a delightful snack, but they shine in desserts like pies, cakes, and jams.

The flower petals add a nice spicy-sweet kick.

Sprinkle them on fruit salads or nibble them straight.

Harvest the fruits once they start softening for the best texture and flavour.