Sliced pieces of Guava of the Pineapple cultivar are frequently used as flavorful, sweet, aromatic desserts, or they can be added to salads to emphasize the flavor. The aroma of the flowers and the ripening fruit of the Pineapple Guava fruit is distinctive, pleasant and even intense when leaves are crushed between the fingers. The blue-green coloring develops on the Pineapple Guava skin, as it begins to ripen, a clue that it is ready for harvesting either on the tree or by shaking onto the ground to collect on sheets. The exotic red and white flowers of the Pineapple Guava Trees will fill the air with delicious aroma and attract honey bees and hummingbirds to pollinate from the numerous spreading red stamens. The pineapple flavor of the Pineapple Guava is enhanced, when it is crystallized in honey or sugar syrup after drying. Pineapple Guava Trees or shrubs are often pruned easily to make ornamental topiaries that are preferred to use near formal entrances of buildings. Buy a large Pineapple Guava tree today and enjoy you first fruit harvest in only one growing season. Pineapple Guava Trees are Guaranteed to Grow in USDA Zones 8-11.