Produces a good crop of large juicy fruit. Great variety for hedging. Fruits mid season (around may). This variety is self fertile but will produce a larger crop when pollinated by another variety. To extend the fruiting season, select an early or late season feijoa to improve pollination.
Grows 3 x 2 m
Grow in full sun in a relatively free-draining position.
Dig a hole at least twice as deep and wide as the feijoa comes in. Backfill with a mix of compost, sheep pellets, and Kings Slow Release Fruit and Citrus Fertiliser, or for an organic option, use Nature's Organic Fertiliser).
Plant your feijoa to the same level as it was in the pot.
Keep well watered through the summer months. Mulch to reduce watering needs and help suppress weeds.