Origin - They are native to Mexico, Central America, and northern South America
Water - Provide regular water during the growing season, and reduce watering during the winter.
Soil: A rich typical potting mix will do fine. Good drainage is important to protect the roots.
Temperature/sunlight:- Full sun. Move your sprouted guava to a very sunny place as soon as possible. During summer, move outside to a sunny patio. In the winter, move inside to the brightest location possible.
Fertilizer:- Feed with a weak liquid fertilizer throughout the growing season.
Propagation:-Guava can be propagated a number of ways, including by seed, grafting, and air layering. In commercial cultivation, most guava are grafted onto established rootstock, which helps the plant thrive and flower