Trask Pineapple Guava – Soft and Sweet!
Trask has been around for a while as it originated from a bud sport of Coolidge. Fruit tends to be medium size to large and can grow as large as 3 inches long! Good size jelly center with a thicker than normal shell. Flavor is a wonderful fruity mix of pineapple and pear. It’s an excellent variety for fresh eating as well as for making jellies and jams. The trees are considered self fertile, but like all pineapple guava varieties, really benefit from being planted close to another variety for cross pollination. Trask makes one of the best pollinators for Nazemetz. Fruit ripens in September/October. Zone 8-10A.