Guava Plants Supplier in India
Plant guavas in a sunny location sheltered from strong winter winds. They should be kept moist and planted in a soil with good drainage.
Since guavas are tropical, they can be subject to frost damage. While the small branches of the plants can be killed by heavy frost, the plant will regenerate the next spring.
1. Dig a hole twice the size of the root ball.
2. Using E.B. Stone Planting Compost combine one part soil and one part planting compost.
3. Place a small handful of E.B. Stone Sure Start in the bottom of the hole.
4. Make sure the top of the original root ball is one inch above surrounding soil.
5. Firmly tap soil to remove any air pockets. 6. Water in with Liquinox B1.
1. Feed monthly with Grow More Super Bloomer or E.B. Stone Hibiscus and Tropical Plant Food.
2. Apply Iron Supplement in late spring to correct mineral deficiencies.
3. An application of E.B. Stone Sul-Po-Mag in the fall will help make them more frost tolerant.
Keep soil moist to the touch but don’t let them stand in water.
The only pruning necessary is the removal of old or dying foliage and removal of suckers from the base of the tree. Suckers look like new trees sprouting.
Any frost-damaged foliage should not be removed until all danger of frost is past.