I just got 2 guava seedlings in the mail from a women in Texas. She told me first that they were yellow guavas but then said they may be pear guavas. The seedlings are barely 2 inches tall. She also sent me a bunch of the seeds to start some more in case the seedlings didn't make it. I was just wondering if guava grown from seeds will produce a decent fruit. Personally, I never have liked fresh guava fruit but I got them for somoene else that does. I prefer guava paste or desserts made with guava. When I went to P.R. about five years ago, I fell in love with this breakfast pastry called quesitos. They are this pastry that is made with puff pastry and filled with guava and cream cheese and then baked in the oven until puffed and golden. Yummy! Now that's how I like guava! Any tips on growing these trees? I may end up throwing them out if the fruit isn't well liked and just buy a grafted tree. Thanks for any tips.