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Description Pomegranate Photo Gallery
Soil: It does well in regular sandy soil.
I really like pomegranate because it requires so little care and it remains green while giving out splendid flowers most of year. I have three pomegranate plants. One is a large bush with large bright-orange and white flower (actually, if it had been trimmed, it would be like a small tree now), one is a smaller bush with large bright-orange and white flower (a portion of it has died last year for some unknown cause along with a larger tree next by), and one small dwarf that produces smaller and bright red flowers. The two larger ones produce tons of bright beautiful blooms but produce no fruits. Each flower is multi-layered with ruffle-like petals. The little one is much smaller. The flowers have a single layer, but will likely to bear fruits.Even without those nice looking flowers, the shrubs are a lovely deep shade of green that looks as if it requires a lot water to maintain. They are very good decorative shrubs for my garden. With a little care and planning, the little one can either be a porch plant or be trimmed into a bonsai.
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