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Grenada Pomegranates ripen in August, are self-fertile, and need only 200 chill hours (8 days of sub 45 degrees F) to produce pomegranate fruit.The shelf life of the Grenada pomegranates is better than many other cultivars making it a huge success for commercial pomegranate orchards. Many improved cultivars of the pomegranate have appeared in the U.S. during the past century, some by chance (mutation) and some by cross pollination, and the Grenada pomegranate appeared spontaneously from the branch of a Wonderful pomegranate. Many pomegranates were grown in the ancient civilizations, some for food and others for juice.

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so far so good May 16, 2016
Reviewer: J. Z. from Dallas  
The bare root trees arrived well packaged.  Will need to wait and see if it will start growing now that it has been planted.

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grenada pomegranate May 3, 2016
Reviewer: Brenda Walker from Madison, GA United States  
arrived ok just planted

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not sure April 19, 2016
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Jacksonville, FL United States  
Came shipped well and arrived fast, but theres no leaves at all on it or in the box
All the ends are dry and brittle ,seems to be a little green near the base under the bark after u scratch it
Hopefully itll make it time will tell ,ill update inna month or the 1st signs of foilage

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Grenada 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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