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Guava

Guava

(Psidium guajava)

 

Structure:   33 feet in high; smooth; thin;copper-colored bark that flakes offile.

Leaves:         aromatic when crushed; evergreen in color; opposite short-petioled; oval or  oblong-elliptic; 2 3/4 ton 6 in long; leathery with conspicous parallel veins and more or
  less downy on the underside.


Flowers:         faintly fragrant, white flowers, borne singly or in small clusters in the leafaxils. 1 inch wide with 4 or 5 white petals which are quickly shed, prominent tuft of pehaps
 250 whit stamens tipped with pale-yellow anthers.

Fruit:             exuding a strong, sweet, musky odorwhen ripe; round,ovoid or pear shaped, 2 to 4 in ling, thin,light-yellow skin,frequently blushed with pink.

EDITORS  
  Iligan City National High School Students:

Rod Daniel S. Leopoldo - IV-Enstein

Zyren Mark C. Erok - IV-Maxwell

Jarvis Dayneille V. Pepito - IV-Einstein

Manry Joe A. Pizarras - IV-Rizal

Cielo A. Lacandula - IV-Einstein
 
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