Guayabilla or Sundrop is a rather rare fruit tree originating from South America.
The fruits have an shiny orange color and sour tasting flesh.
Basic information and facts
Guayabilla originates from the northern part of South America, possibly Colombia.
Evergreen or Deciduous:
Small white flowers that grow in clusters of two or three.
Fruits have a diameter of 7-10 cm. They have a shiny orange color. The flesh is also orange and has a sour taste. They have a strong aroma like passion fruits. The fruits have two to four seeds.
Climate and weather:
It’s a tropical tree.
Guayabilla is a small tree up to 3 meters tall.
Grown from seeds. The trees will take a few years to produce fruits.
Fruits can be used in fruit drinks, but need to be mixed with sugar or sweet juices because of their sour taste.