Five Green Pineapple Guavas in a black bowl that is in a colorful basket and one sliced Guava exposing yellow flesh
Acca sellowiana (Feijoa or Pineapple Guava)

Cultivated between 5,000 and 9,500 feet the green fruit is called freijoa in Colombia where the guava-like pulp is usually eaten using your mouth or spoon. Like many of the delicious exotic tropical fruits listed here, it is not well known outside of the tropics, often because of shipping and handling and storage difficulties. Normally available in Colombian supermarkets in small quantities. Photographed in the eastern Andes mountain range of Colombia (Cordillera Oriental).

Fuchsia, purple, red and white Acca sellowiana flower petals with red filaments and purple and yellow anthers
Red and white Acca sellowiana flower with dark red filaments and light yellow anthers
A light-green Acca sellowiana flower bud next to red filaments with yellow and red anthers and a dark purple style
Pink and light-pink colored Acca sellowiana flowers wiith red stamens in sunlight
Two Acca sellowiana flowers with red and white petal and red filaments with cream-colored anthers
A red and white Acca sellowiana flower next to a sepal with a dark purple style
A white Acca sellowiana flower with differnet shade of red
Green Acca sellowiana fruits on tree branches under blue skies
A green Pineapple Guava fruit on a tree branch