Originating in East Asia, the Pomegranate Tree has spread throughout the United States. You could easily find this popular fruit tree growing both in commercial areas or home gardens. The Pomegranate Tree will quickly grow to be 8- 12 ft. tall. The fruit of the tree will begin to ripen in late August, early September. It will produce an abundance of sweet, tangy pomegranates. Once the tree is established it will yield 100 or more Pomegranates a season. They continue to produce year after year. There is nothing like the taste of a pomegranate off the tree. They are so much sweeter than the ones you buy in a store.
This is more than just a fruit tree. It also will add beautiful color to your yard. Radiant red-orange and yellow flowers bloom in the fall. This low-maintenance, fast-producing, pomegranate thrives in full sun. Once matured and established it they are drought tolerant, pest resistant, and are adaptable to various soils.
The Pomegranate Tree is self-pollinating, however, if you would like to produce even more fruit from your tree a partner would be helpful. If you are looking for not only a healthy, plentiful supply of nutritious fruit but also a beautiful addition to any yard or house, the Pomegranate Tree is for you.
Pomegranate trees thrive in zones 8-11 outdoors but could also be grown indoors in zones 4-11. For those living in areas up north that tend to get cold, plant your Pomegranate in a container. This way it is easy to transport the tree to your garage or indoors during the winter. Though tolerant of most temperatures, the Pomegranate cannot withstand temperatures below 12 degrees Fahrenheit.
|Shipping Restriction||AZ, GA|
|Mature Height||15-20 Feet|
|Mature Width||6-10 Feet|