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Wonderful Pomegranate Tree
  • Wonderful Pomegranate Tree
  • Wonderful Pomegranate Tree
  • Growing Zones: 4-11 Patio / 7-11 Outdoors
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    Mature Height: 8-12 ft.
    Mature Width: 6-8 ft.
    Sunlight: Full - Partial
    Blooms: Spring, Summer
    Spacing: 12-14 ft.
    Botanical: Punica granatum 'Wonderful'
    Cannot Ship to: AZ
    Plant Directions: Sent with Order
    This plant thrives in the green shaded regions above.

    Wonderful Pomegranate Tree

    Wonderful Pomegranate Tree
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    Vibrant Blooms & Delicious Fruit

    • Delicious fruit- Great source of Vitamins C, E, and Zinc
    • Fast-growing fruit trees give an abundant harvest
    • Compact size perfect for smaller yards- get fruit the first year
    • Self-pollinating

    Vibrant, Showy Blooms In Late Spring and Early Summer
    Who doesn't like vibrant, showy blooms in late spring and early summer? The Wonderful pomegranate tree produces rich crimson blooms similar in shape and texture to poppies. Blooms appear in mid-April in warmer climates and last through June. This compact tree provides much needed color during the sparser months of spring. As summer progresses fruit begins to form on this exceptional cultivar and ripens over the period of about 5-6 months just in time for a fall harvest.

    Easily Grow Your Own Fruit With This Hardy Cultivar
    Fast-growing with abundant fruit production, the Wonderful pomegranate tree is perfect for first time fruit growers and seasoned gardeners alike. This compact and cold-resistant tree thrives when planted in the ground and works equally well in larger planters on a deck or patio. The latter option is the best way to ensure the longevity of your plant if you live in the cooler climates of the northern United States.

    Homegrown Pomegranate Fruit For Snacking, Juicing, Baking, and More
    Pomegranates have many tasty purposes; from snacking and juicing to baking and more, you are sure to love this healthy fruit. If you enjoy smoothies, pomegranates add crunchy texture to any morning blend. If you are one who enjoys crunching on fresh pomegranate kernels you'll love the juicy punch Wonderful pomegranates pack. One of our favorite pomegranate recipes is a pomegranate orange scone. If that sounds like a tasty recipe to you, be sure to add a navel orange tree to your order as well.

    Health Benefits of Eating Pomegranates
    In addition to offering beautiful color to your landscape and delectable snacking options, there are many health benefits associated with eating pomegranates. Pomegranates are a great source of Vitamins C, E, and Zinc; essential nutrients your body needs to maintain a healthy and robust immune system. Pomegranates are also believed to improve cognitive functioning for clearer thoughts and greater productivity throughout the day. Additionally, pomegranates contain a potent blend of fatty acids, phenylpropanoids, hydrobenzoic acid, and flavones that are thought to prevent cancerous cells from spreading throughout the body. Consuming pomegranates on a regular basis can be considered part of a healthy diet aimed at preventing disease and improving cognitive function.

    Save Money While Eating Healthy
    Because Wonderful pomegranates are so easy to grow in your own backyard they are an easy way to save money while eating healthy. When purchased in stores pomegranates can cost upwards of four dollars per fruit. This prolific producer can produce in excess of 75 fruits per season, that's a retail value of over $600.

    There are many reasons you are sure to love the Wonderful pomegranate tree. From its low-maintenance charm and show-stopping color in early spring, to its prolific fruit production and exceptional health benefits, this tree is a must-have for beginners and novices alike.

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