Brazilian Guava

Psidium guineense, also known as Brazilian guava or Brazilian cherry, is a fruit-bearing tree native to South America. It is highly valued for its flavorful and nutritious fruits, which are rich in vitamins A and C. The tree is also cultivated for its ornamental value, with its attractive foliage and flowers. The wood of the tree is used for various purposes, including furniture and construction. The plant is also believed to have medicinal properties, with the leaves and bark being used in traditional medicine to treat various ailments.

Brazilian Guava

(Psidium guineense)



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