How do pomegranates grow?

Answer Pomegranates are native to India, Iran, southeast Asia, tropical parts of Africa, the East Indies and the entire Mediterranean region. Spanish settlers brought the antioxidant rich fruit to Califor... Read More »

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How to Grow Pomegranates in Nevada?

Pomegranate trees (Punica granatum) are slow-growing, fruiting two to three years after planting. Mature trees grow to heights of approximately 30 feet, producing showy white clusters of flowers th... Read More »

Will pomegranates grow in Florida?

Pomegranates will grow in Florida. The ideal climate for pomegranates is tropical to warm temperate. Pomegranates may produce all year long in south Florida. In north Florida, they only mature from... Read More »

How do I grow pomegranates from seeds?

Propagating From SeedFill a shallow container with potting soil. The container should have drain holes. Toss the pomegranate seeds on top of the soil. Do not bury them. Water the seeds gently every... Read More »

Can you freeze pomegranates?

Pomegranates (Punica granatum) are healthy foods that you can store. The fruit has only 100 calories and is full of vitamins C, K and B6. You can freeze this fruit after washing and drying the inta... Read More »