Pomegranates

The fruit is extra large, has blushed red skin with juicy rich red flesh. The sharp-tart exquisite flavor is highly prized the world over. 
 
The pomegranate tree is attractive in the landscape & is long-lived. Great as ornamental shrubs or trees in parks & gardens.  The flowers are showy and decorative. The juice is highly prized and full of healthy benefits.
 
The plant grows 18′ tall and fruit generally ripens in September. They are self-fruitful, but planting another pomegranate nearby will increase fruit production on both plants. Pomegranates are self-fruitful, meaning they do not require another tree to cross pollinate with, but planting another pomegranate nearby will increase fruit production on both plants.
They produce best in a hot sunny location and only require 150-200 chill hours. Zone 5-10

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