Grow your own Pomegranate shrubs with our bundle which includes the following 4 varieties:
1 x Favorite™ Pomegranate
We brought this variety from southern Russia in 1991. A very attractive, medium-size shrub, Favorite™ Pomegranate is one of the hardiest Pomegranate we have grown and has survived temperatures below 0 ° F. The pretty, bright orange-red blooms appear in early to mid summer and continue until fall.
1 x Crimson Sky™ Pomegranate
A spectacular, hardy new variety from the Nikita Botanic Garden in Ukraine, Crimson Sky™ Pomegranate is early ripening and features reliable and abundant crops of large, bright red, tasty fruit.
1 x Wonderful Pomegranate
The striking, large red fruit found in markets in the fall, Wonderful Pomegranate is prized for its delicious flavor and its abundant, large, bright orange-red flowers. A fine ornamental shrub, Wonderful can grow to 8 ft. or more in height, but is easily kept smaller with pruning.
1 x Sweet Pomegranate
Sweet Pomegranate produces an abundance of large pomegranates that are green covered in a red blush on a somewhat dwarfing bush. Sweeter than Wonderful and ripens well even in cooler summer climates.
Beautiful fruit bearing shrubs, Pomegranates are widely grown in Central Asia, the Middle East and in California and the South. Pomegranates produce beautiful, bright-red flowers throughout the summer, followed by flavorful and healthy, orange-red fruit. Pomegranates set the best fruit in warmer areas outside the Northwest, but we have been receiving quite a few reports from friends in the area that have been getting fruit over the last couple years.
Pomegranates like full to half day sun and can grow in most soils. They are pest and disease resistant, self-fertile and hardy to 12 degrees F., or below. Our varieties often begin blooming the 1st or 2nd year after planting.
Latin Name: Punica granatum
Site and Soil: Pomegranates like full to 1/2 day sun and well-drained soil
Pollination Requirements: Self-fertile.
Hardiness: Hardy to 12° F or below.
Bearing Age: 1-2 years after planting
Size at Maturity: 6-10 ft. in height (varies by variety)
Bloom Time: June to September
Ripening Time: Late fall
Yield: 20+ lbs.
Pests & Diseases: Pomegranates are not bothered by pests or diseases.
USDA Zone: 7-10