Guava (Psidium guajava)—
The guava is a tropical American tree that is grown locally for its acidic pulp, which is processed into fruit juices,
purees, jellies, jams, and syrups.
Acid varieties with an abundance of pink pulp, such as Waiakea, are valued for processing.
Holmberg, Hong Kong Pink, Indonesian Seedless, and Crystal Seedless are sweet dessert types
with low acid content that are valued for eating as a fresh fruit.
Guavas are very hardy plants that are adaptable to various soils and climates in Hawaii.
Plants seem to fruit well even with much neglect