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Pomegranate

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Pomegranates can be grown as a shrub or small tree. Highly nutritious fruit on an ornamental, glossy-leaved tree. Striking orange/red flowers add a flair to any landscape.

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Botanical Name: Punica granatum

Pomegranates can be grown as a shrub or small tree. Highly nutritious fruit on an ornamental, glossy-leaved tree. Striking orange/red flowers add a flair to any landscape.

A.C. Sweet: A.C. Sweet Pomegranate is a deciduous shrub (or small tree), that bears delicious, healthy fruit with beautiful red flowers. A smaller variety than others making it suitable for container gardening. Self fruitful.

Ambrosia: Ambrosia is a deciduous shrub with arching branches and exceptionally large fruit. It will reach a good height (up to 20' but generally kept smaller) and is amenable to pruning. Can even be shaped into a tree form.

Eversweet: Self fruiting, deciduous, attractive 8-10 ft. arching shrub, Glossy-leaved, ornamental and long-lived.

Cultivar Flavor Growth Habit Chill Hours Bloom Season Harvest Season USDA Zones
A.C. Sweet A.C. has exceptionally sweet and refreshing flavor with the ability to hang for weeks without splitting. Light pink to red flesh. Can be pruned as a single or multi-trunk tree, trained along a fence as an espalier, grown as a hedge or bush. Grows 6'-10' at maturity. 100-200 Brilliant orange/red flowers late Spring-Fall. Late Summer, early Fall. 6-10
Ambrosia Fantastically huge fruits. Pale pink skin, purple sweet-tart juice. Long-lived tree, does well in any soil with inland or coastal climates. Tolerant of a variety of soil conditions and accepting of both hot and cold climates. 150 Brilliant orange/red flowers in Spring. Very late season: October-November 7-10
Eversweet Very sweet, virtually seedless fruit. (Even immature fruits are sweet.) Red skin, clear (non-staining) juice. Attractive 8-10 ft. arching shrub, or train as tree or espalier. 150 Brilliant orange/red flowers in Spring. Harvest late summer through fall. 7-10

 

Sun Needs: Plant in full sun (minimum 6 hours)

Soil/Water Needs: Adaptable to many climates: coast or inland. These trees require frequent watering after planting to become established. Once established, they may be watered less frequently and mulched to hold moisture in.

Planting and care: https://www.finegardening.com/article/growing-pomegranates-in-northern-california

 

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