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Pomegranate

Image of pomegranate
Image of pomegranate
Image of Pomegranate
Image of Pomegranate

Punica granatum

  • Will take occasional frost.
  • Likes a sunny, sheltered spot.
  • Superfruit.
  • Please note that by their nature Pomegranates are irregular and oddly shaped, often growing in a semi-standard way with bent and twisted main stems - this is entirely natural!

Supplied as a pot grown plant approximately 3 - 4 feet (90 - 120 cm) tall including pot.

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This delicious and well known fruit is often overlooked by gardeners as its tropical originations make many think it will not 'do well'. In reality Pomegranates are 'tender' but will take mild frosts occasionally.

Originating from Southwest Asia, Pomegranates thrive in hot arid conditions.

Whilst they are best grown in a large container (so they can be moved in for the Winter) they will similarly fare well in a warm sheltered spot in the garden such as next to a South or West facing wall.

Pomegranates are recognised to be a 'super fruit' - protecting against heart disease and cancer.

Beautiful orange-red flowers mid Summer are followed by the familiar golden skinned fruits that hide the sweet juicy red crimson flesh.

Please note that by their nature Pomegranates are irregular and oddly shaped, often growing in asemi standard way with bent and twisted main stems - this is entirely natural.

  • Self fertile (although more than one will ensure a better pollination and crop).
  • Perennial.
  • Prefers well drained soil.
  • If growing outside ensure they are grown in a sheltered sunny spot.
  • To ensure fruiting a long, hot Summer is essential.
  • Consider growing your Pomegranate in a container so it can be moved in for the Winter and kept in early Spring to lengthen the warm growing season.
  • Top Tips
  • Ideally Pomegranates are best kept at a minimum temperature of 40F (5C). If growing out side and frost is forecast to be hard protect with fleece or similar.
  • Pruning should be undertaken in the Winter or Spring.
  • Avoid protected growing areas that are excessively humid.

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How To...

How To Grow Exotic Fruits
Basic guidance on how to plant and growing exotic fruits including Loquats, Citrus, Pineapple Guavas, Olives, Pomegranates and Passion Fruits.




Plant Passport Registration Number: GB-34265