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Guayacan Rosa Tree Seeds

Guayacan Rosa Tree Seeds

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Guayacan Tree

The Guayacán tree (Guaiacum spp.) is known for its valuable and durable wood, as well as its vibrant flowers and medicinal properties. Its most notable features include:

  • Valuable Wood: Guayacán wood is highly appreciated for its resistance to rot and its beautiful color, which varies from yellow to olive green.

  • Bright Flowers: The Guayacán produces flowers in deep blue or violet tones, making it an exceptional ornamental tree.

  • Medicinal Properties: The bark and resin of the Guayacán have been traditionally used in natural medicine due to their anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties.


The Guayacán is native to tropical and subtropical regions of America, including Central America, South America and the Caribbean. It is found in countries such as Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Colombia, Venezuela, among others.

Sowing Method:

The Guayacán can be propagated through seeds. The planting process includes:

  1. Wash the seeds to remove any pulp residue.

  2. Let the seeds soak for 24 hours to soften the coating.

  3. Plant the seeds in pots or directly in the ground at a depth of 2 to 3 centimeters.

  4. Keep the soil moist during the germination process.

Sowing Depth:

Guayacán seeds should be buried 2 to 3 centimeters deep in the soil.


Germination of Guayacán seeds can take several weeks or even months. Provide warm, moist conditions to encourage germination.


The cultivation of Guayacán requires:

  • Well-drained soil: The Guayacán prefers sandy or loamy soils with good drainage.

  • Warm climate: It develops best in tropical or subtropical climates with warm temperatures.

  • Sunlight: Requires full sun exposure for optimal growth.


During the establishment phase, water the Guayacán regularly to keep the soil moist. Once established, watering can be reduced as it is drought tolerant.

The Guayacán is an impressive tree with a rich history and multiple uses. Proper cultivation and care can result in a beautiful addition to a garden or the production of valuable wood.

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