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Quality fruit trees, medicinal plants and other edible plants. These starter plants come to you in larger nursery pots. You get a 3 x 8 inch pot instead of a tiny 1.5 x 1.5 potted plant. More plant for your money!
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(2 day average delivery).
1 item: Plant
NOTICE: Please don't order if you are experiencing temperatures below 50 degrees Fahrenheit. Not responsible for cold weather damage.
We offer quality, exotic fruit tree starter plants. We use only OMRI approved organic pesticides. Have a look at our offers and buy with confidence. See our reviews on our website. We work hard to bring you the finest plants and earn 5 stars. You can also learn to grow plants on our website. https://www.pepesplants.com
Asian Guava produces large tasty fruit. The fruit makes a delicious and nutritious guava juice. The fruit is crunchy and some people enjoy eating them just like apples. The tree grows fast and likes a sunny location. One of the finest guavas you can own.
ITEM DESCRIPTION: Plant is in a 3" x8" deep container. The average planted height from soil level is 9-12 inches. Plants are available now and ship out Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
IMPORTANT READ THIS:
These plants need protection from cold weather, wind, sun, dry conditions.
WE GUARANTEE LIVE DELIVERY. Message us along with a photo of the plant immediately upon arrival if the plants are in poor condition. We cannot guarantee plants that are no longer in our care. Many of our plants require warm temperatures. Shipping to areas that are cold will be at buyer's risk. We offer quality plants that are inspected and approved for shipment. Pepe's Plants will not be responsible for plants that die as a result of improper care and handling once it is in the buyers hands.
On arrival of your seedling put them in a place with temperatures about (70-80 F) in shade but NOT direct sun for two weeks so they can adjust from shipping. NO direct sunlight at all! NO partial shade - FULL SHADE ONLY! Once again: Sun will burn the seedlings! Allow the plants a week or two to adjust before transplanting or fertilizing. If you plan to plant them in the garden, gradually increase their exposure to sunlight and outdoor conditions!