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jumping spider with its prey, a green bug on top of the guava

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Guava bud

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This guava is more than 2 meters tall and was the first that I planted in the garden a few months ago in the spring, had never bloomed until now that presents its first bud … it is strange to think that so late in the summer will flourish … who knows if it will bear fruit … has less than four months until the first frosts come.

Big Guava, first to be planted

(Big Guava, first to be planted)

The other had guava saplings on 26 November

guava girl, second to be planted, but first flowering and fruiting

little guava, second to be planted, but first flowering and fruiting.

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