Guava Flower Essences
Guava is prized among the indigenous peoples of many countries. In Peru, Guava has probably been cultivated for millennia. In Peruvian archaeological sites thousands of years old, guava seeds were found along with beans, corn and other seeds.
Guavas come in many varieties. They belong to the Myrtaceae family. The most common Australian trees, the Tea Tree and the Eucalyptus, also belong to this family. Guava, a hardwood tree, grows relatively quickly from three to ten metres high. In some countries guavas are spreading undesirably quickly. Birds love the fruit and have been spreading its seeds, covered in fertiliser, into remote areas.
The white fragrant blossoms develop on young branches in the tropics all year round if no rains or extreme temperatures interfere. In cooler areas, they may only bloom once or twice yearly. Two or three blossoms, each about 2 to 3 cm long, develop in the leaf axils. Contrastingly hard, leathery green leaves envelop these tender flowers. The flowers radiate a sense of purity, honesty and clarity.
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