Ugni molinae 'Ka-Pow' (PBR)

2 litre pot £14.99
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Buy Ugni molinae 'Ka-Pow' (PBR) Chilean guava Ka-Pow: An unusual addition to the kitchen garden

  • Position: full sun or partial shade
  • Soil: moist but well-drained soil
  • Rate of growth: average
  • Flowering period: May to June
  • Hardiness: frost hardy (may need winter protection)

    Chilean Guava is an attractive evergreen shrub that will make an unusual addition to the kitchen garden. In spring the branches are laden with nodding, lightly scented pink flowers, which are followed by aromatic rounded fruits that have a pear-like texture and a deliciously sweet flavour.

  • Garden care: Plant in a sheltered border and provide protection from cold winds in winter. In early spring remove dead or badly-placed branches.

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Ugni molinae 'Ka-Pow' (PBR)

5

Received the item in good condition, on time and doing very well! Good service and excellent specimen

Priti

Surrey

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good evergreen

5

A lovely evergreen that has attractive flowers and edible fruit. It has survived its first cold winter and we look forward to eating the fruit in the summer.

Kaybee

Norwich

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I would recommend this plant

5

It is an unusual looking shrub, exotic looking

Sue

New Forest hampshire

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interesting plant needs patience to mature

3

Have planted in deep soil with plenty of acid compost, plant needs to not dry out (sadly mine got dug around by rabbits) which may have contributed more o its slow start. has nice small glossy leaves and am looking forward to hopefully getting fruit next year

leapwood

Cambs

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Very nice specimen

5

A very healthy looking plant delivered in December. There is lots of tall foliage for the plant, about 3 feet tall, which came in a 2 litre pot. I think this stands a good chance of fruiting next year. I thought the plant was overpackaged when it arrived as the box was so tall, but no, the plant is jsut a very tall specimen for one grown in a tall pot. The rootball looks dense and healthy from what I can see. I'm looking forward to growing this for the attractive fragrant foliage and flowers, and to sample the fruit. I have been planning to expand my edible collection from chillies and strawberries, and none of the usual suspects such as cherries, apples, citrus, peaches etc. floated my boat, so this Chilean Guava could be perfect for something tasty and a bit different.

Tim

Tyne & Wear

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