- Home Gardeners -
New Zealand Cranberry (actually a Chilean Guava) standards are an ideal tree to plant as a feature either in a pot or potager. The fragrant flowers are delightful and delicate against the green foliage. In late summer through to early autumn, the fragrant berries hang on stems from the bush. The fruit can be eaten fresh (best to squeeze out the flesh from the skins as the flower end can be a bit chewy) or can be used in baking (Cranberry muffins), jelly or cordial.