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The Plantation Sweet Pomegranate Tree chill hours is 200 hours, self-fertil, and was found growing at an old Georgia plantation home during the 1940's. The buds were taken from the original pomegranate tree and grafted onto seedling stock for research purposes at the Georgia Agricultural Experiment Station located in Tifton, Georgia. The inside of the Plantation Sweet Pomegranate fruit contained tasty and bright red pulp with an excellent flavor and aroma. The Plantation Pomegranate has an extended shelf life even when not refrigerated, and the fruit is often picked in October and placed in a fruit bowl to decorate a dinner table for Thanksgiving and even long lasting until Christmas. When growing on the tree, the Plantation Pomegranate often grows into clusters that develop a bright red color on the skin as the fruit ripens. The red Grenadine juice of the Plantation Sweet Pomegranate is the most popular use for this remarkable ancient fruit that grows further North than other pomegranates.The juice with a very high antioxidant benefit to fight many diseases is bright red in color and is used in the preparation of many drinks with a promise of health benefits.

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Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 18 Write a review »

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Tough plant surviving Alabama heat July 5, 2016
Reviewer: Briggs Armstrong from McCalla, AL United States  
I planted s these guys in some rather poor soil on part of the property that's not easy to water and they're doing great.  We'll they're surviving and not showing signs of stress. The one I planted near the house and have been able to water has grown to twice the height of the others.

Bottom line,  this is a good plant for the Alabama weather and demands very little but thrives on any nurturing you give it.

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Loved the tree! May 28, 2016
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from belton, texas  
I am pleased with the bulk size of this tree.

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

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trees March 31, 2016
Reviewer: Wayne Stakey from Panama City, FL United States  
came in pretty good shape,  roots a little short and dry.  but it should make it   thanks

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Pomegranate Tree March 28, 2016
Reviewer: Ruth from Brenham, TX United States  
I was very very pleased with the size of the trees I received.  I was actually amazed.  The only thing I didn't like was the shredded paper wrapped around the trees - the paper went everywhere when I unwrapped the box.

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