If you've never sunk your teeth into a Guava Fruit, you're seriously missing out. Picture a mix between a strawberry and a pear – that's the kind of tropical magic we're talking about. And the best part? You can totally grow these babies at home, as long as you've got the right weather on your side!
Imagine these tropical Guava Trees showing off their stuff in places like Hawaii, Mexico, and the steamy corners of Asia. They've got these lush, speckled leaves, and when they're feeling wild, they can shoot up to a whopping 20 feet (6 m) high. But if you're keeping them in check for your backyard, 10 feet (3 m) is the sweet spot. Just remember, these guys aren't fans of the cold, so you'll need to be in a toasty, frost-free zone for them to thrive.