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Pomegranate, Sogdiana

Pomegranate, Sogdiana

NOTE: Due to extreme heat during Summer months, we DO NOT ship plant outside of California during Summer. If you are outside of CA and place an order, we will hold your entire order until temperatures decline.
This plant IS available for shipping ONLY in Large Tree Pot sizes.

Regular price $60.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $60.00 USD
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Size

3 inch Pot - 8 to 12" tall plant in 6" diameter x 7" tall pot. SHIPPABLE

1 gallon Pot - 8 to 16" tall plant in 5" x 5" x 6" tall pot. SHIPPABLE

Small Tree Pot - 8 to 16" tall plant in 5" x 5" x 6" tall pot. SHIPPABLE

Large Tree Pot - 8 to 16" tall plant in 5" x 5" x 12" tall pot. SHIPPABLE

3 gallon Pot - 18 to 36" tall plant in 10" diameter x 8" tall pot. IN STORE ONLY

5 gallon Pot - 30" to 60" tall plant in 11" diameter x 10" tall pot. IN STORE ONLY

15 gallon Pot - 60" to 75" tall plant in 17" diameter x 15" tall pot. IN STORE ONLY

NOTE: We do not ship 5 gallon size. In-store pickup only.

A pomegranate from Turkmenistan, the Sogdiana variety of pomegranate has a red rind with red arils. The seeds are soft and the fruit is sweet with a hint of tart. It does have a slightly astringent and bitter taste as well, but it is well balanced by the main flavor of sweetness.


CARE INSTRUCTIONS

Pomegranate is fairly easy to take care of. If desired, pomegranates can be pruned to a tree shape. Add compost at initial planting, and dress with 1/2 inch of compost annually. Pomegranates will survive drought, but will flourish with regular deep watering.

ABOUT THIS PLANT

Botanic Name: Punica granatum
Common Names: Smith PP16578, Sogdiana,

Lifespan: Perennial / Tree
Hardiness Zone: 7-10
Fruiting Season: September to November
Growth Structure: Bushy growing habit up to 10ft. Can also be pruned into a single trunk tree of any height.

Fertility Preference: ★ ★
Water Preference: ★ ★
Sun & Light Preference:

Years to Fruit: 1 to 2 years
Fruiting Season: September to November
Pruning Season: Winter
Dormancy: Winter Dormancy
Flowers? Yes,
Edible? Yes
Native to: Mediterranean
Recommended Size for Container Growing: 30 gallon

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