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The Dwarf Pomegranate Bush, as its name implies, grows three- inch miniature pomegranate fruit. Florists greatly favor the Dwarf Pomegranate tree because of its ease in drying for use in wreaths and as Christmas tree ornaments. Dwarf Pomegranate fruit off tree is delicious for making jelly and jams! Dwarf Pomegranate fruit is easy to grow and pick. The red fruit of the Dwarf pomegranate can be eaten fresh or squeezed into red juice. Dwarf pomegranates can be pickled in white vinegar to form a delicate source for gourmet chefs. The Dwarf Pomegranate tree is one of the best ornamental shrubs for courtyards and small gardens.

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Dwarf 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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Unknown. May 31, 2014
Reviewer: Douglas Barney from Newton Grove, NC United States  
Not leafed out.  Hope they will come out of dormancy.  Not real hopeful.

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