(***) only 5 left!: uvaia rugosa, red new leaves, e. lutescens or hybrid. USD 16 (5 seeds), USD 28 (10 seeds)
(*) maybe all sold out: uvaia pear shaped, eugenia lutescens or hybrid USD 12 (5 seeds), USD 22 (10 seeds), USD 42 (20 seeds)
(**) maybe all sold out: uvaia flattened shaped, eugenia pyriformis or hybrid USD 12 (5 seeds), USD 22 (10 seeds)
The sweetness of all of them is 12 º Brix or so, well balanced acidity/sweetness
(*** rough skined fruits, less pulp and less juicy than the other uvaias but it seems to be inmune to fruit fly!, strong acid favour, very rare variety, new and old red leaves. Fruits and seeds from 2 poted trees, 4 years old. Only 10 left!
(* e. lutescens or an hybrid, fruit is sweet and acid (more pear shaped than the other), from one planted tree at my backyard, growing habit: bush, 9 years old, 3m tall), max order 20 seeds.
(** maybe e. lutescens x pyriformis or just e. pyriformis, fruit is acid and sweet (more flattened and darker orange), from 3 poted trees, growing habit: tree), max order 20 seeds
Frost resistance of uvaias: -6º C when adult, not damaged at all by our freezes (9b zone, Argentina)
20 seeds per pack. Related to the tropical guava, produces small dark red skinned fruits to 1.5". Flesh is translucent, juicy, and not mealy like the tropical guava, with a tasty acidic-strawberry flavor. Very easy to grow. Frost resistance: -6ºC. Our variety bears sweet fruits on summer, 14º Brix, sometimes it produces some more during the winter.
Small shrub or bush, south african origin. Produces medium sized, fleshy red fruits that can be eaten fresh or used in preserves. Beautiful white fragrant flowers are showy and ornamental. Commonly used as a hedge plant. Tolerant to salt, frost resistance -5ºC or -6ºC.