Guava Plant, also known as Psidium guajava, is a kind of small tree native to tropical regions of the Americas. It grows up to 33 ft. tall and has green, smooth bark with branches that grow in a zigzag pattern. The grown guava fruit features round or pear-shaped, and comes in varied color from green to pink or yellow, with a slightly and sweet tangy flavor. The plant is highly adaptable to different soil kinds and can tolerate both flooding and drought conditions. Guava Plant is mostly grown for its fruit, which is enjoyed fresh or utilized in jellies, jams, and various other culinary applications.