Myrtaceae Feijoa sellowiana Berg.
Source: Magness et al. 1971
Feijoa trees are rather small, to 15 feet, with evergreen leaves 2 to 3 inches long. They will endure winter temperatures down to about 15°F. Fruit is generally oval in shape, 1.5 to 3 inches long. The prominent calyx is persistent. Skin is waxy, dark green to yellow. Scattered trees bave been planted in Florida, California and Hawaii; but there are no orchard acreages.
Production in U.S.: None commercial, mainly dooryard trees.
Use: Fresh eating, jelly, marmalade.
Part of fruit consumed: Interior pulp.