The pomegranate tree is a fruit bearing deciduous shrub or small tree. The fruit is typically in season from September to February. The pomegranate is used in many dishes, smoothies, and even alcoholic beverages. The leaves of the pomegranate tree are glossy, narrow, and 3-7 cm long. The seeds in a pomegranate can have 200 to 1,400 seeds.
Pomegranates are a good source of fiber and they are high in potassium and vitamin C. They are also full of antioxidants, which are useful for preventing heart disease and cancer.
- Plant Type. Outdoor Plant
- Product Height. 2-3 feet (including the pot)
- Growth. will grow up to 25 feet
- Season.September to February.
- Sunlight. Full, direct sunlight and full exposure of sun all day long
- Watering. In the initial days after planting water every couple of days. Once plant is well established, can tolerate dry conditions. When rainfall is scant, water the tree every week to 10 days
- Soil. Best grown in well drained, heavy loam soil but can also grow in clay and sandy soils. But optimal pH for pomegranate trees is 5.5 to 7
- Climate. Grow best in tropical, warm and temperate climates - hot, dry summers and cool winters suit best
*Actual product may vary