Fejoa Fejoa (Acca sellowiana) is a small, evergreen tree native to Brazil, Argentina, and Uruguay. The tree grows to a height of 15–20 m (49–66 ft), with a trunk diameter of up to 30 cm (12 in). The leaves are oblong-elliptical, 6–12 cm (2.4–4.7 in) long and 3–5 cm (1.2–2.0 in) wide, with a pointed tip and smooth margins. The flowers are white, 5–6 cm (2.0–2.4 in) diameter, with five petals and 20 stamens. The fruit is an oval-shaped, fleshy drupe, 5–6 cm (2.0–2.4 in) long and 3–4 cm (1.2–1.6 in) wide, with a green or brownish-red skin. The fruit has a sweet, aromatic flavor and contains numerous small seeds.
Feijoa, also known as pineapple guava or guavasteen, is a small evergreen tree in the family Myrtaceae. It is native to South America, specifically to Brazil, Uruguay, and Argentina. The tree grows to a height of 3-6 m (9.8-19.7 ft). The leaves are opposite, oval-shaped, and measure 3-12 cm (1.2-4.7 in) long and 2-6 cm (0.79-2.36 in) wide. The flowers are white or pale pink, and they have five petals. The fruit is green or yellowish, oval-shaped, and measures 2-6 cm (0.79-2.36 in) long and 1-4 cm (0.39-1.57 in) wide. The fruit has a sweet, pineapple-like flavor.
The fejoa is native to South America and is thought to have originated in Brazil. It is now grown in many tropical countries, including Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Chile, and Argentina. The fruit is also grown in California and Hawaii.
The tree is cultivated for its fruit in tropical and subtropical regions around the world. The fruit is eaten fresh or used in making juices, jams, and jellies. The Fejoa tree is a tropical evergreen that is cultivated for its fruit in regions around the world where tropical and subtropical climates exist. The fruit of the Fejoa tree is eaten fresh or used to make juices, jams, and jellies. The tree is known by many names, including the Java Plum, Hog Plum, and Mamoncillo. The fruit is round to oval in shape and has dark purple or black skin. The flesh of the fruit is white to yellow in color and is sweet and juicy. The tree is a popular ornamental tree and is often used in landscaping.
Global fejoa production
According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, feijoa production was estimated at 1.3 million metric tons in 2013. The majority of feijoa production takes place in South America, with Brazil, Argentina, and Chile being the top producers. Other countries that produce feijoas include Peru, Uruguay, and Venezuela.
Feijoas are also grown in some parts of North America, including the United States, Mexico, and Canada. In the United States, feijoa production is centered in California.
The feijoa is a tropical fruit that originated in Brazil. It is now grown in many parts of the world, including South America, North America, and Europe. Feijoas are a popular fruit in many parts of the world and are used in a variety of dishes.
The feijoa is a member of the myrtle family, which includes other popular fruits such as guava, jaboticaba, and surinam cherry. The scientific name for the feijoa is Acca sellowiana. It is also sometimes referred to as the pineapple guava or the Brazilian guava.