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Angel Red Pomegranate, Punica granatum 'Angel Red' is a medium sized, red pomegranate that grows moderately into bushes that may be pruned easily into tree form. 200 chills are needed (8 days of sub 45 degrees F temperatures) to produce fruit and are considered to be self-fertile. The seeds of the Angel Red pomegranate are small and chewable like citrus rind. Being a hybrid the seed of course, will not germinate to grow new pomegranate plants since they are sterile. The fruits of the Angel Red pomegranate are juice,and a new possible cultivar to supply the juice companies that made Grenadine, the ingredient for many mixed drinks. The deep red color of the Angel Red pomegranate begins to redden in September, about two weeks after the ripening of the Plantation Sweet pomegranate..

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Pomegranates were ancient biblical fruits grown for red delicious sweet fruiting flavor and bright red color. For a delicious refreshing treat just drink a glass of pomegranate juice. The pomegranates were a sacred fruit tree for the Jewish prophets and stone carvings of the pomegranate decorated the top of the door entrances of the temple of Soloman in Jerusalem.

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Angel Red August 6, 2014
Reviewer: Perry Thomason from Victoria, TX United States  
I planted 200 of the Angel Reds around the first of June in South Texas. They have really taken off, but unfortunately I did have a rather high loss rate, about 15-20%.
They are growing extremely faster than the Wonderful variety in the same soil and conditions. I have them on an automatic drip system to ensure a consistent watering.  My soil is on the acidic side, 5.5-5.8 pH.
I would recommend this variety if it is indicated for your climate zone, based on the growth of a little over 2 months. Will be interested in how it fruits and it quality.

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Angel Red Pomegranate Tree June 28, 2014
Reviewer: Lee from Seattle, WA United States  
Bare root plants were potted up and put into a hot greenhouse  to break dormancy. They took about 2 weeks for the leaf buds to start growing.  2 months later they look great.

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Angel Red June 4, 2014
Reviewer: Cleaburne Belcher from Aiken, SC United States  
I really like this variety. I have a 4-5 yr. tree in my first year. It now has one bloom in June. Growing exceptionally well. I planted it beside a Wonderful(which also is doing great). Ty Ty actually does a good job pruning and taking care of  their trees. ALL of my purchases have survived and thrived.

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angel red pomegranate tree May 29, 2014
Reviewer: C Anthony Rutledge from Cullman, AL United States  
both viable trees

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Think theyy're OK May 12, 2014
Reviewer: R K Lewis from Great Falls, VA United States  
So far, so good...

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