||Chilean Guava, Tiny Guava (Ổi Tí-Hon) - Ugni molinae, Myrtus ugni molinae
This rare fruit was introduced to England in 1844 and became a favorite fruit of Queen Victoria. A highly decorative plant grown for its foliage, flowers and berries. This densely foliaged, slow growing, evergreen shrub produces glossy green, aromatic leaves, and in spring, bears a mass of bell-shaped, white or pink flowers, which are followed by bright purple to red berries. The edible berries can be used for pie fillings and jam. Grows best in full sun in acidic, well drained soil, but tolerates light shade. Suitable for bonsai, hedges, topiary and shrubberies. Self-fertile.
In 3-4" pot
In 5-6" pot