Wonderful Pomegranate Plant

Wonderful Pomegranate Plant

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Flourishes anywhere from the moist seacoast to the blazing desert!
SKU 49621
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Item Form
Trade Gallon
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Key Characteristics
Zone

7 - 10

Mature Height

10 Feet

Mature Width

10 Feet

Sun / Shade

Full Sun

Soil Type

Normal, loamy

Description / Wonderful Pomegranate Plant

Many scientific studies have touted the anti-oxidant benefits of pomegranates. This cultivar is called "Wonderful" for a good reason. Big crimson fruits ripen in late fall on this terrific overachiever. The finest quality, largest, and most highly colored of all pomegranates (and in this ornamental family, that's really saying something!), this wonderful plant grows quickly into an 8-foot bush. It thrives under just about any conditions, from windy, moist coastal settings to the still, dry, hot desert! he fruit of "Wonderful" is unsurpassed in size and vibrant color.

Site in a sheltered southern or eastern location (a walled patio is ideal). Fruit will set in all locations, but will open ripen and become edible in warm climates. Having delicious and indulgent pomegranates at your convenience is made easy with this plant. Needs well-drained soil. Cannot ship to AZ. "Wonderful" will do its best when it is grown in Zones 7-10.

Product Details

Item Form Trade Gallon
Genus Punica
Species granatum
Variety 'Wonderful'
Product Classification Fruit
Habit Upright
USDA Zone Low 7
USDA Zone High 10
Sun / Shade Full Sun
Bloom Color Orange, Red
Foliage Color Dark Green, Gold, Yellow
Harvest Season Early Fall, Mid Fall
Characteristics Butterfly Lovers, Edible, Hummingbird Lovers
Zone 7, 8, 9, 10
State Shipping Restrictions AZ, GU, HI, PR, VI
Shipping Method Restrictions none

Customer Reviews

Rating
Beautiful flowers, delicious fruit
Review by Diane of Houston
It was about 3 yrs before I actually saw fruit on this shrub (can be pruned into a small tree) but has produced fruit ever since, even the year it was washed out of the ground by heavy rains and strong winds. I just replanted and tied it in place and it just kept growing. The flowers are so lovely, I would keep this shrub even without the fruit.
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Fine service
Review by Jean
I have enjoyed their fine service for a number of years. It is always one of the first sources I go to for plants and information about plants.

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