Lemon Catley Guava Tree: Exotic Fruit Delight
- Sun-Kissed Flavor: Experience the unique and delightful taste of Lemon Catley guava, a tropical fruit sensation that adds a burst of tangy-sweet goodness to your palate.
- Fresh From Florida: Our Lemon Catley guava trees are nurtured in the lush landscapes of Everglades Farms' Plant Nursery in Florida, ensuring you receive the finest, locally grown specimens.
- Rapid Fruiting: Get ready for a fruiting spectacle! These trees start producing delectable guavas in as little as one year, bringing the joy of homegrown fruit faster than you can imagine.
- Abundant All Year: Enjoy a continuous harvest of succulent guavas throughout the year, thanks to the tree's remarkable ability to thrive and fruit consistently in the subtropical climate.
- Early Maturity: Our Lemon Catley guava trees, thoughtfully nurtured in 3-gallon containers, reach an average age of 12-18 months, ensuring you don't have to wait long to savor their delectable fruits.
- Tropical Beauty: Elevate your landscape with the tropical elegance of the Lemon Catley guava tree. Its glossy leaves and petite white flowers add a touch of exotic beauty to your surroundings.
- Versatile Delicacy: From delightful snacking to creative culinary endeavors, the Lemon Catley guava lends itself to a myriad of uses, making it a versatile must-have for any fruit enthusiast.
- Expertly Cultivated: Everglades Farms' expert horticulturists employ sustainable and advanced cultivation techniques, ensuring that each Lemon Catley guava tree is primed for a lifetime of healthy growth and fruiting.
- Luscious and Nutritious: Packed with essential vitamins and minerals, these guavas don't just tantalize your taste buds; they also provide a nourishing boost to your well-being.
- Grown with Passion: At Everglades Farms, we take pride in our commitment to delivering premium Lemon Catley guava trees, cultivated with a passion for quality and a dedication to customer satisfaction.
I test the pot with a moisture meter every day and I encounter VERY HARD soil around the root ball, never anything except lower-level moist. All of the other trees have easily accessible soil except this root ball. I am taking photos as I go and I am coddling this tree as much as possible. Taking off all fruit to root!
I ordered about a dozen trees from this vendor and only one other tree has an "issue."
So far I have left the tree in the pot (1 month) but it is already showing tree and fruit growth which is exciting. Looking forward to trying my first fruit in a few weeks.
The tree arrived in good condition and started to grow again three days later.
So far the trees are surviving. Still waiting on new growth but it's early. I paid a premium ship fee yet the trees were five days in transit because the vendor shipped on a Thursday. Trees sat over a weekend somewhere. Did this do harm? Likely not but I paid nearly as much for shipping as I did for the trees